Bay of Fundy

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Well we returned from Newfoundland and headed down to Peggy’s Cove for a few relaxing days. Peggy’s and the surrounding little coves were very cute and postcard like and we were blessed with some calm sunny weather and a couple foggy mornings. Luckily next to our campsite was a place you could get lobster right off the dock for 8.50$ a pound so Anne and I ate our fill one night with a couple of 1.5 lbers yummy!

Next we headed over to the Bay of Fundy and stayed in Fundy National Park. Here we visited Hopewell Rocks and experienced the super low and high tides the area is famous for. At low tide you can walk the beach where a few hours earlier there was 40 feet of ocean, pretty cool. We also had great weather with sunny skies and low 70 degree temps, also very little people. I love September!

Now we are near the Maine, USA border, back in Woodstock, New Brunswick. Time to start the trek south with the birds towards the Florida and the Gulf of Mexico.

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