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Rant Log: New Brunswisk

June 2002

I still wanted to see the East coast of Canada, but I didn't want to take the time required to bike out there. So instead of biking out there, it was driving out there with a bike attached. As it turned out there was a lot more driving than biking. By the time the driving was done, I'd only get about 20 or 30 km bike ride in. And the most I did in one day was only 90 km. But I still got to see some great east coast landscapes.


The pictures start at New Brunsick. Ontario, New York, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine were still fairly similar to home, so I didn't take any pictures.

This is St. Andrews on the border with the States. Some old cannons are still left from the days when the US and Canada were in conflict.


This is a shot of the road heading into the Hopewell Rocks area.The Hopewell Rocks area has crazy differences between high tide and low tide. The Bay of Fundy traps a lot of water at high tide due to the way it is shaped. These two shots are at the same location. At low tide you can walk underneath that rock in the shot above.

These are two shots of the same location. I think they called these the Flower Pot Rocks... or something like that.


Again, these two shots are the same location. I'm standing on some stairs to let people meander on down and explode the low tide beach.

This is a shot of the same beach. However, at low tide the beach is so long and muddy that I took 2 photo's to get the entire length of it. The above is at high tide, the bottom two are at low tide.


This is a shot of the Confederation Bridge. It connects Prince Edward Island to the New Brunsick. I forget how long it is... maybe 12 km?


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