We made af ew stops along the way to Fundy National Park near Alma, New Brunswick. This is St. Martins Sea Caves. At high tide this area is under water and you can’t access the caves. We timed it to arrive at low tide.
We had a great time exploring the caves and seeing where the high tide marks were not he rocks. The tide changes about 35 feet right now.
It’s always wonderful to have Dad manning the camera and Mom actually in photos!
I collected more water samples for tonights microscope viewing! We also took seaweed and algae samples.
We unhitched the car and drove along the Fundy Trail. It is a pay road along the coast for about 18km. The weather was icky again but we did get a break to hike to the suspension bridge over Big Salmon River.
Mom and Dad tricked us at the end and made us climb a hundred stairs to nowhere. I guess they wanted us to burn off some energy! On the way out we had to drive the motorhome through THIS! (TWICE, we weren’t paying attention when Dad drove through the first time.) We made it without a scratch. There was some white knuckling driving though!