Horseshoe Cove near Cape d’Or at low tide provided tranquility and solitude during our first stop in the morning. I was able to dip my toes into the Bay of Fundy for the first time this year. Walking on the fine sand provides the best pedicure!
After three and a half hours looking for “treasures” we drove the rest of the way to Cape d’Or where the wind cooperated and didn’t blow us over the cliff. This was my first ever springtime visit and I was mesmerized by the lush foliage and trees in bloom. What a treat!
We briefly stopped at West Advocate to take in Driftwood Beach and Isle Haute in the distance. The tide was rolling in by now and with it a refreshing breeze kept the biting flies away.
The day was full of wonderful impressions and my visitor and new friend from Montreal was very pleased with her experiences exploring the Fundy GeoPark for the third day.
I hope you enjoyed the images of our excursions this week. Wishing you all a fabulous weekend. Happy Friday!