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... farmer’s market and cruise ship docks.
FYI. Sir Samuel Cunard, British shipping magnate born in Halifax, founded the Cunard Line.
We then took a harbor cruise aboard the Harbour Queen. South to the smoke stacks near where the explosion occurred, and north to the lighthouse. It was a beautiful sunny day but a little “crisp” up top.
Lunch was on our own. We considered a quick lunch and a visit to ...
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 ...
... went to visit.
We hiked out the board walk to a barrier island about 6 km long where we saw Northern Gannets plunging into the sea in spectacular dives straight down, fishing for a meal. There were also hundreds of Common Terns filling the air over the shore in places diving for small fish. This is a breeding area for Piping Plovers, a small shorebird, very cute. We hiked the boardwalks and fought mosquitoes, ...
I had to buy a $18 adaptor to mount my bike rack to Paula's car. Now she can use any of the 3 racks to haul bikes. We packed light. Joanna's bike had to be partially dismantled to fit into the back.
Off we go. We were on the road by 8:00 having had coffee. We had just enough heavily taxed fuel to make it to Calais, where we could purchase lightly taxed fuel. We crossed into the USA and filled the tank for a whopping $30. The road down Rt. 9 was interesting. They used ...
... diet on hot days.
It was interesting to see that the menu was French first and the wait staff spoke French between themselves. Also interesting were the lack of fencing along the rural parts of NB-1 and the seemingly random dirt roads that went right off the highway. Makes logging easier I would suppose.
Into PEI tomorrow. Camping on the north end of the island along a beach. When did Ticketmaster like fees start showing up for reserving camp sites? ...