Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Fundy National Park

On our last days we came back to Saint John. Thursday morning we went to Fundy National Park, north of Saint John. It was very easy to find our way there and took us about one hour to get to the park gate. The park is humongous and one could, should, spend days there!!!
Next time we are in that area, we should find accommodation IN the park.
There are numerous trails ranging from category 1 to 6 depending on the level of difficulty. We went to a wimpy category 1 trail in search of a water fall. Now, the walk was really nice and we were surrounded by huge trees and wild life (Dany for instance).
We had lunch in a small village, Alma, which seems to be the hot spot in the whole park. There are some lobster shops that had huge yummy lobsters.
And of course, we went to Hopewell Rocks where one can see one of the largest tides in the world. The water level changes by as much as 8 m from low to high tide.


At 7:12 PM, Blogger Mayte said...

I cant figure how to get this back on top of fundy...:-( help!

At 10:00 AM, Blogger Ernesto Mainegra said...

There U go!
I had the year set to 2006 since I had thought this was the last(first) posting.

At 7:35 PM, Blogger Mayte said...

OK... I have all my pictures in. Are you still posting??? I have organized it as best I could, but we are backwards. Can you flip all postings??? And then we probably need to "tweak" a little.

At 11:43 AM, Blogger Ana said...

Can I Buy this little Cabin???

At 12:04 PM, Blogger Mayte said...

I'ts pretty isn't it??? But it's a covered bridge. No doors on the end. But if you can get accross the creek another way, and you happen to know an architect ;-), A back and front door can be added, a few windows, maybe a fire place and you can pretend to be in castle Chenoceaux,Loire valley France. Ok so it may be a little more modest, but same idea.


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