Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Our ship (ferry) is in - Bay of Fundy

Twelve days after leaving Hollywood, multiple stops & visits, it is time to drive on to the ferry which will take us from Portland, Maine to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.

After a night's sleep in our berth, we drive onto our first stop - the Blomindon Provincial Park on the north side of the island.  First of several campgrounds.  Did I mention it was pouring by the time we got there?

But finally we got set up.  Our deluxe campsite.

Where's the toilet?  Closest one is down the hill, but no running water.  A bit further uphill, with flushies and sinks.

Even so, we managed some amazing days -  the home to the highest tides in the world.

And the difference on the shore between high & low tides is phenomenal.  Boats seen in mud,
are hours later are at level with the pier.  And the beach shore is very different between high & low tide.  Theses photos are taken from the same spot hours apart.

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