New Brunswick part 1

As you can see by the picture above, I was excited to finally reach New Brunswick.

World’s Shortest Covered Bridge

One of our first stops was in Florenceville-Bristol where we toured the potato museum! It was right next door to the McCain factory but we didn’t get any samples!

Low tide at Bay of Fundy

We ended up in Woodstock for the night. The next morning we drove to Fredericton. After a couple of hours in the city we headed for Fundy National Park.

Flower Pot Rocks at Bay of Fundy

We arrived in Fundy National Park at low tide. I stepped over some rocks and onto the sandy bottom of the ocean. The effect was quite profound on me. After spending the night in the park campground, we viewed the bay again at high tide. Incredible!

Lighthouse at Cape Enrage

We drove on and stopped at Cape Enrage to take in the view of the bay. The last ghthouse here has been replaced three times due to erosion caused by high winds and the crashing water.

My feet on the bottom of the Bay

It has been an amazing start to our visit to New Brunswick

 

Author: timewithtandy

Tandy is an Author and Inspirational Speaker. Originally from Vancouver, BC she now makes her home in Calgary, AB. Tandy has published three books. Her second book, Dragonflies, Snowdrifts & Spice Cake, was a finalist for Canadian Inspirational Book in 2016. She has been a contributor to anthologies as well as being published in national and international magazines. Tandy enjoys spending time with family and friends and is active in her community as a volunteer with a personal development seminar. She is also a member of two local and two national writer organizations. Find out more on her website www.timewithtandy.com

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