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Travel Blogs from Saint John
Kim_mason stayed here on May 5, 2011 during their trip titled: Kim Mason visits NNB .
... ages wasn't turning out to be very fruitful in the way of scenery so we ditched it and got on the 114/121.
The trees are still pretty though in their fall colours as was the sky around 'Norton' with it's scaly look. Always reminds me of the roof of my mouth.
Spent the night in the industrial town of Saint John. Not to be confused with St John's. (Which ****** certain people off).
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... where the river runs through a narrow gorge before emptying into the Bay of Fundy. The daily tides of the bay force the flow of water to reverse against the prevailing current at this location. We also went to the City Market, one of the oldest in the Province.
Fri Aug 30--we left in the car early to catch a ferry to Deer Island and then onto Campobello Island, the home of F. D. ...
... the 100 steps to the beach. The water can rise as quickly as 6-8 feet in an hour. Below when we decended, however, was a rocky, muddy in parts, reddish coloured beach. An amazing arch, known as the Lovers Arch, is a very popular places for wedding parties, and our naturalist guide, Paul, told us that one such bride had a wedding she won't soon forget when she slipped over in the mud!
The rocky cliffs had begun as a uniformly level coastline, but time and tide had ...
... surrounding it. After the retreat of the glaciers in the region following the last ice age, surface water filtering through cracks in the cliff has eroded and separated the formations from the rest of the cliff face. Meanwhile, advancing and retreating tides and the associated waves have eroded the base of the rocks at a faster rate than the tops, resulting in their unusual shapes. The vast sediment planes in ...