UNESCO World Heritage Site: Joggings Fossil Cliffs

I finally made it to the Joggings Fossil Cliffs Interpretive Centre.

In the past we hardly came across a soul. Yesterday the parking lot was filled with a large tour bus and cars from across Canada and Eastern US. It is good to see that Nova Scotia’s primary industry, tourism, is rebounding!

With family visiting we explored the grounds around the Fossil Cliffs Centre and the beach first. The wind was strong but on the warm side. Visibility to New Brunswick was not so good with the heavy mist. But the rocks under our feet glowed!

The surf of the receding tide was the perfect accompaniment for our short stroll looking for fossils in the cliffs and on the beach!

I managed to add a great book to my library to help me enrich my knowledge of the area.

I can’t wait to find a quiet moment to dive deeper into the information packed publication.

After climbing the stairs back to the top we entered the Fossil Centre and immersed ourselves in ancient, 325 million years to be exact, history. Make sure to click on each image to get the information I was trying to capture.

I will sign off with this short, thought-provoking quote today. Wishing you all a peaceful, reflective Tuesday. Best wishes, Anna

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