The ride was long. 2500 kilometers (1600 miles) total. The first sunrise of the trip - Grand Falls New Brunswick.
It rained a lot. For the first three days we didn't see the sun. We did see the world's longest covered bridge though.
And the world's largest axe.
This church in Saint John reminded me of "Let's Make a Deal".
A view from the 18th century tower in Saint John constructed to protect against an American invasion.
Despite the rain, we managed to squeeze in 5 hikes.
The geese flying above a foggy salt marsh on the Bay of Fundy.
The Hopewell Rocks at low tide. This Easter Islandesque scene is created by the enormous tides. All of the green at the bottom of the rocks is seaweed. The tides vary some 42 feet every day.
When it goes out, vast mudflats are exposed. Serge went to investigate the mud.
We ate like kings. Crab, lobster and scallops were consumed each day. Spouse ate every bite of that plate.
Finally the last day we saw some sun and drove up the Acadian coast. Here, a two kilometer boardwalk straddles the beach and saltmarsh.
The water temp was swimmable. We just waded a bit though.
The flags of New Brunswick, Canada and Acadia.
We saw lots of lighthouses.
And an obligatory vacation sunset.
Tomorrow, a couple videos. Join us as we cross the world's longest covered bridge and as we prepare to view the Moncton tidal bore. No, we are not in our 70's. Oh and all the pictures are clickable for screen filling versions.