The Hopewell Rocks at low water.
The Hopewell Rocks at Hopewell Cape, in theBay of Fundy', New Brunswick — also known as The Flowerpot Rocks — are the single most popular tourist attraction in Canada's Picture Province, and the site of the higest tides in the world
Below you will find a link to one of the many websites available.
The Fundy Isles - Grand Manan, Campobello and Deer - rise out of Passamaquoddy Bay as a maritime world of their own. Largest is Grand Manan, an island of towering, rugged beauty - a painter's dream. Campobello, longtime summer home of the Roosevelt family, is the site of the first memorial erected to the late President. An international bridge, opened in 1962, links this tranquil island with nearby Lubec, Maine. Deer Island's spectacular views and its famous whirlpool are widely-known attractions. Boat services link the three islands with the mainland of New Brunswick and Maine.
The picture is of Deer Island Cove, to the east of Saint John. It is situated in Passamaquoddy Bay (what a great name!),
I love beer and Moosehead beer holds a special place in my heart...
Moosehead was the first beer that I tried as a young boy and actually liked, I mean really, really liked. Sure, up to that point in time, I had sampled many a mass-produced U.S. beer like Budweiser, Schiltz, Pabst, Olympia, Mickey's Big Mouth, Little Kings and Falstaff, but I hated the taste of all of them (and still do today for that matter)...
And, when my older brother passed me that Moosehead for the first time, I expected the taste to be just as bad as all the others... But wait a minute, this is a "Canadian" beer and Canadians take their beer seriously!!!
Perhaps that made all the difference??? Regardless, that day I fell in love with beer and over the years that love has spread to other brands and types of beers. BUT for me, Moosehead will always have that special place in my heart, its sort of like the old girlfriend who holds your virginity...only better!!!
A national historic site, maintained by Parks Canada. It dates back to the War of 1812. You'll find it a short drive from the ferry terminal.
Another picture of one of the Fundy Isles. Fundy's isles offer splendid deepsea fishing opportunities.