Although we are posting this blog entry the first week of November, we were actually at Hopewell Rocks the second week of August.
Looking down on Hopewell Rocks in New Brunswick
After leaving Prince Edward Island and returning to New Brunswick we stopped for a few days to visit Hopewell Rocks. Located on the Bay of Fundy, Hopewell Rocks is undoubtedly New Brunswick’s most famous landmark. At Hopewell Rocks the difference between high and low tide is 35 to 46 feet.
Steep stairs down to the shore
Hopewell Rocks at low tide.
Looking up at the first Overlook
When the tide goes out, it really goes out here!
At High Tide the water reaches to the top of this spire.
Bay of Fundy mud.
They have a lot of Milk Chocolate mud!
Hopewell Rocks slideshow
Kathy. how beautiful and how strange looking! That's quite a tide and quite a lot of mud left behind! Saw your pics on FB when you visited our friends in Florida! Everyone looked good!ReplyDelete
I love NB, lovely photos!ReplyDelete
I suddenly want chocolate fudge.
Hugs and belly rubs to Raider,
It's Beautiful, but I don't like all that mud :(ReplyDelete
what an amazing place!ReplyDelete
K and G you two find the most beautiful spots to visit...Oh my goodness I could look at this pictures all day.ReplyDelete
Hugs to you all
Madi and mom
Your life on the road sounds wonderful! You obviously enjoy photography! I look forward to following your journey!ReplyDelete