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A misty Fundy Fog welcomed us yesterday followed by an all night rain. This morning durning breakfast the host advised that today would bring lots on sunshine - and that it did! Shortly after departure we were overwhelmed by the beauty of the Bay of Fundy shoreline. Within 2ks we were treated to the majestic Hopewell Rocks. Soon after it was the world famous Cape Enrage where 100 Million tons of tidal water flow on each cycle - ...
... Courthouse, a man stuck his head out the door and asked if we wanted to take a look inside (it was closed to the public today). We learned he was a volunteer tour guide for the building and we were lucky enough to get a private tour, learning the history of the Courthouse and adjacent jail (they spell it gaol) which now houses the county archives.
Built in 1840, the Courthouse is now ...
... be without actually leaving the state. The lighthouse was only seen from a roadside rest area and through the trees. We took a couple of pictures and drove on. There was literally nowhere to park the RV so we headed on down the highway.
Shortly thereafter, we arrived in Lubec. Searching out the West Quoddy Lighthouse was fun. It is so iconic to see the red and white stripes but the house was ...
... how many layers to put on.
As we were in the area we rode down to the harbour front of St Andrews. A very nice quaint little town with a view straight across to Maine which was only a couple of Kms away.
We had a spot of lunch then made our way to the border. Michelle was taking the **** out of me as I was nervous. Lets just wait till she is hassled, questioned and has her bike stripped at a border then we'll see ...
... them the quality of a magical land. The lighthouse's iconic stripes take on another hue of pink and we are dazzled by nature's display.
Being the only ones there to witness the show, we wonder how it is that again, it's just us here to bask in the blazing colors as dusk heralds the end of another day.
We feel like the luckiest people in the world.....