We took the Fundy Coastal Drive from Muncton, NB on Route 114 West. Sawmill Creek bridge in the town of Hopewell is no longer open for vehicular use. I ran to the other end to photograph the bridge with Honu.
The covered bridge in Shepody National Wildlife Area allowed Honu access.
Zanna at the Fundy National Park information center was very helpful and friendly. She also assisted us to check in at Headquarters Campground located at the entrance. We paid US$31.52 and we're happy to secure an open space to enjoy the sun.
One of the recommended stops along the Fundy Coastal Drive is The Hopewell Rocks. Tourism brochures promotes this location as where you can observe the highest and the lowest tides (in the world). You can also experience walking on the ocean floor.
In the village of Alma, located just east of Fundy National Park, I inadvertently captured high and low tides with my iPhone.
Alma's Lobster Shop's main business is "take-out." However, there are outdoor picnic benches for patrons. J.J. selected two large lobsters which were heated and served with lemon butter. Our photo was taken by Bill and Susan from Ontario who also have been doing their RV adventure.
Moose replica on Alma's main street
For our granddaughter
Aloha -- Cathi