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Old 18-08-2013, 10:07   #1
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Bay of Fundy Experience

Anyone out there with firsthand Bay of Fundy experience north of St. John?
We'd love to hear where you went and how.

Thank you,
Linda and Ricardo
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Old 18-08-2013, 10:27   #2
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Re: Bay of Fundy Experience

No but we have firsthand experience hanging out with you guys, we even talked about using Fundy as a trivia question. I hope you guys are having a good time on your "Maine expedition" let us know your plans, you have our email, hope to see you next season.
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Old 18-08-2013, 10:40   #3
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Re: Bay of Fundy Experience

Hey Mister,

Stay on topic and get back to work! We're actually in St. John, New Brunswick right now. How's the paint job going? We'd love to see pic.s of the new and improved Thumbs Up.

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Old 20-08-2013, 06:06   #4
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Re: Bay of Fundy Experience

We got our answer from the locals here in St. John. All points north dry-out during low tide.

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Old 20-08-2013, 07:19   #5
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Re: Bay of Fundy Experience

I have been thru,over, in, and around the Bay of Fundy..I love the place,the Chocolate river and the place where the river inters the bay (Geografic oddity )are cool places to visit..When they say that a place "drys out" they arent kidding,I have seen boats at "dock level" that you had to step up to to get on the boat ,several hrs later the same boat in the same place is 40 ft lower and we had to climb down a ladder to get on board..One hell of a tide change..Lobster seem to be everywhere and if you cant catch your own ,you can get them for $5-$7.00 (can) a lb..There is a Large forest near Moncton thaty is nice also.. in St.Johns there are some cliffs along the shore (west side) that are great for Paragliding and other adventure type sports...I have only been once to the Canadian maratimes but I think about it often and I think the people are great and the land is beautiful..good luck
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