Colbert's Travel Journal
Thursday, August 26, 2010
Hopewell Rocks, August 24, 2010
This is a picture of Hopewell Rocks at high tide (found this picture on internet)
Look at the size of these pumpkins - those are
5 gallon sized buckets beside them. On way back
from Hopewell Rocks, we just had to stop and
get a picture of these in a garden by the highway.
Facts on the Hopewell Rocks - the Bay of Fundy
has the highest tides of anywhere in the world - as
much as 53.5 feet depending on the alignment of
the sun and moon to the earth.
The path we walked down to get to the rocks
about 1/4 mile, then down about 5 or 6 sets of
steps. Of course down was the easy part!
Looking out across the Hopewell Cape at low tide.
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