From the Owlery Chronicles: "Anyone who’s visited or lived in St. John’s knows that much of the city’s character can be attributed to the brightly coloured rowhouses that line the winding downtown streets. [...] I love my little row house with its quirky character, its slanted floors, its creaks and groans. Narrow staircases lead to the top floor that has a decent enough view of Signal Hill and the harbour. [...] Different shapes, new colours (of the houses and in the characters who live within them) – all part of St. John’s vernacular architecture." Full article with photos here.