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Trip Start Jun 26, 2010
18Trip End Aug 31, 2010
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After the museum, we walked outside, looking for some fun at the Busker Street show that was taking place on the Halifax harbour
After Halifax, we travelled to Moncton and having been there once before, when knew what we wanted to see. So Magnetic Hill was pretty amazing. Camden and I couldn't figure it out, Mama could not not see it, Papa had a hard time letting go of the brakes, and the smaller girls were more interested in the mini-golf across the street. It was a neat experience, and I hope to see it again, just so I can figure it out.
That same day we made our way down towards the Hopewell Rocks. Papa had found out that the low tide was to be at 8:30 that night, so we had to be there for that. Walking on the ocean floor was quite exciting, I felt a bit like Moses walking across the Red sea. (Maybe he didn't know it was low tide?) We went back the following day, hoping to see a large difference, but we got there just a bit too early. We saw the rocks at half tide, which is more exciting than nothing, but we would have had to wait for another 3 hours to see it properly. Still it was pretty amazing that all that water moved in and out of the Bay of Fundy every 12 hours. Crazy.
On our way to St
We finally got to St. Andrews, and camped at a beautiful campground, with an ocean view and clean bathrooms. Unfortunately prime land like that goes fast, so we were stuck in overflow. But we still had a very enjoyable evening. The next day we went for a bike ride, touring this cute little touristy town.
On our way into Maine we stopped at the town of St
Mostly the Northern States were a blur – a quick drive through to see the countryside on our way back to Sherwood Quebec. Beautiful again with the forests and diversity of those trees is something I don't see in our western provinces. I’m a little jealous at the absolute lushness of the east! A tip from a fellow camper leads us to Maine where the New Balance factory is situated. (Runners and sporting goods) They seem to have these tent sales where they sell off their older stock. It was busy, but we did walk out of there with 9 pairs of runners a sports bag and socks for $300!
Next stop Niagara Falls!