Auberge Wild Rose Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... view them at least twice, near low tide and near high tide. Unfortunately, we didn't have time to view them at the ideal times, but regardless, we stopped by to see them and then drove through the city center before heading to Moncton. Upon arriving in Moncton we stopped at Magnetic Hill, which is an example of a gravity hill, a type of optical illusion created by rising and descending terrain. You drive to the bottom of the ...
... an egg on the cliffs at Hopewell Rocks. The nest site was close to an observation deck so Kevin was able to capture this amazing footage!!
Thousands of sandpipers feed on the Bay of Fundy's nutrient shrimp
Hope you enjoy these videos as much as we did!! I just had to share them!
... Dill? She points to a statue about a block away that we had noticed because it looked like a man standing by a pumpkin. Sheree commented that they must change the pumpkin for something else seasonally. Nope. This is also the home of the man that started raising giant award winning pumpkins and had 4 world record pumpkins. His son, Danny, is now running the farm. This also happens to be the farm where the long pond situated. She then told ...
... will be , as we have no TV to watch the news we will just have to make a story up that fits with what we saw...
We went to a lobster place for dinner that was floating on the water but as there was a bit of movement we decided to move onto another Lobster place that was on land but overlooked the Harbour. I had another Lobster Roll but it wasnt a patch on the one from Alma NB.
We are back in tent city and tomorrow we are off to Cavendish.. and we all kn ow who lives ...
... while in Moncton and with the weather very iffy on Thursday, we decide to stay close and see the Tidal Bore! This happens twice daily as the higher waters of the Bay of Fundy push the Petitcodiac River back up stream in a wave. The wave on Thursday was about 2ft high and there were even 2 surfers riding the wave. We watched the wave come ...