We'll be visiting southern Labrador and all of Newfoundland, in the latter half of June, on a modest budget. I am hoping to find some beach glass and perhaps find a wee piece of labradorite, to take home as treasured souvenirs. Any advice on good places to search would be appreciated! I'd also like to know how and where to find a sand dollar (and maybe a starfish, although I don't know if I could actually touch one or pick one up!) What are they? Are they alive? How do you preserve them? I'm also hoping to photograph some icebergs, lighthouses, waterfalls and whales/wildlife. Any ideas on the best places to do so, would also be welcomed. (I've been to western Newfoundland once before, and absolutely loved it!!! I got some wonderful photos of the lighthouses as Woody Point, Port aux Basque, and Lobster Cove Head.) Do you think we'll be able to see any icebergs in the last half of June in either Newfoundland (along iceberg alley) or southern Labrador? What is the weather generally like and what are the average daily high and low temperatures in June? Are the northern lights visible? What are the black flies and mosquitoes like at that time of year? (We're hoping to camp, where possible.) Your thoughts and input would be greatly appreciated!