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We were driving to Moncton today but we took a short diversion to a town called Joggins. It is still in Nova Scotia and on the south side of the Bay of Fundy. It is another UNESCO world heritage site. It is on the water and it's cliffs are 30 meters high and stretch for 13 Km. The entire stretch of land is uplifted from the ocean and contains 300 million year old fossils. The beach has trees that were fossilized in a ...
... huge. Twice the size of the Pilot Whales that Jo and I saw in NFLD. I walked back and forth from Port to starboard to watched them. Suddenly one of them breached. Meaning it jumped out of the water and crashed back down. Unreal. Of course you never have a camera in your hand when this happens. We hovered around them for about 30 minutes before heading back. The ride back was much smoother. We docked, then made our way back to the Hotel, as tired as hell. We tried to watch ...
... br> But on this day they were celebrating, I thought. Look at the trees (from another pic) that abound in this countryside...
...and picture them blowing about in the wind as they soaked up the sun on this beautiful day. They were doing this like they were joyous, their new growth was their answer to the return of the warm days and they were shaking off the cold and stilted days of winter ...
... They are awesome drivers as we had them last year too.
We drove all night and have stopped in Charlton, Massachusetts for breakfast at a service center. We opted for McDonalds, since it was the only restaurant open at is just past 6 a.m.
The overnight drive wasn't too bad, but it will be nice to have an overnight in North Carolina at the Hampton Inn tonight.
Time to log off for now as we will be loading the bus ...
... rocky beach with high cliffs some was fishing there Richard checked their rod and said it was very basic. Sat on the beach rocks and enjoyed the view before ascending the hair-pin turns up the cliff to the top of Cape Enrage to the Lighthouse (closed of course) and magnificent view of where we had just been sitting on the beach.
Drove back onto Hwy 915 gravel now stopped at Ducks Unlimited Marshes where different types of ducks bred we had ...