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Driving through Moncton in rain that was pelting down buckets, I just kept on track, by this time getting used to sensing the tempestuously unpredictable Maritime weather. I lucked out, because by the time I got to the Fundy Shore, the sun was shining.  While the photos show gray skies in the distance, on the NB side of Fundy, the sun really was nice ! The resulting flat light however was too reflective for great shots.   The  Fundy Shore is not to be missed when traveling New Brunswick! Having heard of the Bay of Fundy since I was a child, it was a must to go on the first leg of my Maritime Summer in Nova Scotia. While the NS side of the very large Bay was spectacular, the NB side I found even more breathtaking.      Along with the famous red shores typical in the Martimes, also found ...
By Jay McGillicuddy, Real Estate Broker
(Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty)
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A a young kid I have always loved the water whether it be the lake, pool or ocean. Of course, the ocean is my favorite and there has been one place I always wanted to visit, in Canada, the Hopewell Rocks in New Brunswick. So, a few years ago, we visited Prince Edward Island and on our way there we spent one night in St. Andrews as a stop over to our way to Prince Edward Island. Well, as fate would have it we were socked in by fog. You couldn't even see the water you could hear right in front of you. That was the Bay of Fundy a large body of water that separates New Brunswick from Nova Scotia.We decided that the next trip would be to the Hopewell Rocks on the Bay of Fundy. The reason I love this place is that the tide rises approximately 46 feet and at low tide you can walk the ocean flo...

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