Yikes! It’s been a long time since I wrote a blog post! Not sure what happened – I think we were just enjoying our last month in Maine so much I forgot to blog! So lots of catching up to do, including our last few days in Canada. Our last stop was Fundy National Park in New Brunswick. We spent our first afternoon just driving around and taking in all the pretty views.
The thing Fundy National Park is probably most famous for is the changing tide in the Bay of Fundy. I checked the tide schedule to see when the tide would be coming in and out, and took 2 pictures in the same place – one at high tide and one at low tide. It’s really quite a difference!
One of the guys started putting some of the lobster on the ground in front of the traps, and we thought that the one on the left looked pretty big, especially compared to the one on the right (who I thought was pretty cute with his little claw up in the air!)
We only had a couple of nights in Fundy, so the next morning we headed west. Our original plan was to spend a 2 or 3 nights in St Andrews, which was right by the border back to the US. But as we were driving we realized it was going to rain the whole time we were there, and after our rainy week in Halifax, we just weren’t in the mood for more rain. I realized it would only be another couple of hours for us to just drive all the way back to Bar Harbor. We had several friends there at the time, so we made a snap decision and headed towards our friends and some sunshine!