“Old Man” Sea Stack Up Close and Personal

No matter the time of day or year this impressive landmark on the way to Clarke Head always calls for attention. Enjoy!

Witnessing the Tide Come In

The weather today was warm and dry, perfect for taking my friend out for a belated birthday beach excursion. Phinney Green is always a great place to listen to the waves and watch the tide roll in. The light was soft and magical… …and the blue sky emerged with high tide early afternoon. Wishing everyoneContinue reading “Witnessing the Tide Come In”

The “Guzzle”

Not far from Evangeline Beach in Grand Pre and a short drive along dyke land is “The Guzzle”, an inter-tidal area of significance and ever-changing. We visited here the first time four years ago and since then some things have changed. The interpretive signs are a great addition to this destination viewpoint. Speaking of theContinue reading “The “Guzzle””

On the way to Cape Enrage, New Brunswick

I love surprises! On our way home from Grand Manan Island last week we travelled along the Fundy Coastline from Alma Beach to Moncton. We last visited Cape Enrage in 2008. And things have changed… The beach prior to heading up to the lighthouse called to us to stop and explore. It was definitely worthContinue reading “On the way to Cape Enrage, New Brunswick”

Tide Pool Observation

Tide pools on the Bay of Fundy are vastly different from those along other coast lines. The extreme high tides are tough on sea life and one has to look hard for small creatures moving about in shallow pools of water. My favourite creatures to watch are tiny hermit crabs. Enjoy! Happy Sunday, friends! SendingContinue reading “Tide Pool Observation”

Blacks Habour & Grand Manan Impressions

To catch the ferry to Grand Manan one is required to arrive at least 45 minutes prior to departure, even with a reservation. We claimed our spot in line bright and early which left me with some time to explore the area around the ferry dock. It had rained the night before and the skyContinue reading “Blacks Habour & Grand Manan Impressions”

A “new to me beach” to explore…

A grey afternoon threatening rain won’t keep us at home now that the temperatures are rising. My friend and I headed down shore toward Port Greville and decided to explore a beach we had not visited before. Each stretch of rocky shore offers so much to explore. We walked along the high tide line withContinue reading “A “new to me beach” to explore…”

No matter what the weather…

Clarke Head on a Sunday morning… moving from light snow to full sunshine along the Fundy Shore!

The Ancients…

As long as it is not snowing, the wind too strong or the rain pelting down I make an effort to get out even during the winter… Diligent River called!

Phinney Green

The last beach excursion of 2021 was full of contemplation and discovery. Join me as I recount the experience…

Wards Brook Beach

Wards Brook Beach is a 20 minute drive from Parrsboro. The access has changed and became a little more challenging over the last year but my determination paid off…

Golden Hour at Second Beach

Following a few days without a beach walk I am always grateful when the weather cooperates and the sun presents me with magical light…

Red Rocks in West Advocate, NS

Red Rocks and sunshine along the beach… what could be better to rejuvenate the senses?

Sunny Afternoon Beach Walk

A sunny Monday afternoon stroll along Partridge Island at high tide…

Nature And Its Contemplative Allure

Driftwood… never boring, always full of surprises and discoveries!

Of Long Shadows and The Last of the Autumn Colours…

Finding peace at the beach while the sun casts the long shadows of fall…

Infinite Possibilities…

Sometimes the simplest things provide the richest sources for inspiration…

Carpe Momentum…

A visit to Spencer’s Island Beach always provides restorative benefits…

Distant Thunder…

With thunder rolling in the distance and waves crashing onto the shore daily challenges and stresses easily slip into the background. Nature awaits!