We visited the Rocks in Hopewell, catching it as the tide was incoming. This is one of the most impressive spots to view the amazing tides in the Bay of Fundy. We also visited Cape Enrage, but the heavy rain and fog deterred us from venturing far afield. We have noticed that the Bay is foggy most mornings, and when it rains it is foggy all day.
On Sunday we traveled to Moncton to view the Tidal Bore. We watched as the river in front of us went from flowing peacefully in one direction to a huge wave coming down the river and all of the water changing direction and flowing rapidly in the other direction. I don’t think I have explained it clearly, but it truly was an amazing thing to see!
As it was our last day at Fundy National Park, we made the most of it and visited the Wolfe Point area and Herring Cove beach. Charlie managed a short hike, I may have mentioned he sprained his ankle our first day of vacation and we have been taking it easy on the hiking so that it can heal before we get to Cape Breton and Gros Morne. Herring Cove Beach was beautiful, and we really could have spent an entire day there instead of just a late afternoon visit.