We departed beautiful Acadia National Park and headed south down the coast of Maine to visit one of Janice's grade school, high school mates, Bob Bittner in Bath, Maine. Janice had not seen Bob since high school and became connected via Facebook. We arrived at their home about noon with a plan on h...Read More
We drove into Maine across the FDR bridge linking Campobello Island and Maine. Our destination was Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor on Mount Desert Island, which is the second largest island on the east coast, smaller than Long Island and larger than Martha's Vineyard. We stopped at a campsite ju...Read More
Arriving back in North Sydney, we headed out for Truro, Nova Scotia to see the tidal bore, a “must see” on everyone's list! The Bay of Fundy is famous for their tidal bores. A tidal bore is a tidal phenomenon in which the leading edge of the incoming tide forms a wave (or waves) of water that tr...Read More
We left St. John's in the morning and started the drive towards the west coast. The drive on the Trans Canadian Highway takes you to the base of Trinity Bay and then along the west side where you can take routes into the water views. The first town that we visited was Brigus, the birthplace of Capta...Read More
Stand here with your back to the sea and the entire population of North America is to the west of you.
Face the sea and the next stop east is Ireland. Perched on a rugged cliff at our continent's most easterly point lies Cape Spear Lighthouse – the oldest surviving lighthouse in the Newfoundland....Read More