Headed out for another day on the water
One of the many weirs; this one hasn't been used in a few years
Rough seas, but we were out paddling anyways
Not a bad view for lunch, eh?
These weirs were still in use; the netting was fresh for this season
A fish farm, complete with a house. This one was not actively being used.
Yes, they use garage doors on to the water
An old weir, extended up on to the shore
So, yeah, the tides are crazy in the Bay of Fundy
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Head Harbour Light, Campobello Island
Well, I'm glad we cleared that up.
A foggy day on the water. Eerie, but also very, very cool.
More weirs in place; this time with lots of birds, too.
So, apparently they need a scaregull rather than a scarecrow
One of the boats damaged by Arthur, the storm which blew through a couple days prior
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Headed out for whale watching and sighseeing
Another of our lunch views; that's St. Andrews across the way
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A bit of fun with panorama on the St Andrews waterfront
Hanging out on the waterfront, enjoying the summer sun
The St. Andrews harbour
Cute, old, small towns are fun
The main street in St Andrews
A cute garden at one of the waterfront hotels
I still have no idea what sort of industrial beast this was
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Fun with the fog as we paddled the Musquash Estuary
Up close with nature
I'm amazed that the trees can hold on like that
Getting ready to head out for our high tide tour of Hopewell Rocks
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Lovers Arch at high tide. We barely fit under, even though it is way above the sea floor.