Sadly somehow my photos of Fredericton have disappeared. Not on the hard drive of my computer and I can't find the correct memory card. (I never delete pictures off my memory cards - to my mind they are a good back.up.um..when you can find the right one) Oh well. Anyway, trust me I've been there.
So this will focus on the Hopewell Rocks and my stay in that area.
I took the bus from PEI over the Confederation Bridge to Moncton where I stayed the night and had dinner with some walking friends. The next morning I picked up my rental car and headed off to see the Hopewell Rocks on the Bay of Fundy. They are also referred to as The Flowerpots and are one of the marine wonders of the world. They stand 40 to 70 feet tall and were caused by tidal erosion. I must say I was very impressed and actually went back twice - once when the tide was out. A definite must see if you are in New Brunswick!
My home for 2 nights - loved this place!
Goose giving my rental car the once over - yep, Mazda 3's are da bomb!
A charming room...I quickly took a picture before I invaded the space. It didn't look this neat once I'd had my way with it.
After a great breakfast (can't remember what I had but I know it was great...) I hopped back in the car and headed off to do some short hikes.
Loved the covered bridges
Lighthouse in Shipwreck Park
The white wooden churches were a beautiful contrast to the greenery around. Loved them!
The next morning I bade farewell to the animals across the road and then drove back to Moncton to return the car and carry on to Fredericton on the bus.
Someday I hope to return to New Brunswick and visit Saint John, Miramichi and more of the amazing Bay of Fundy.