Walking the Ocean Floor

One of our first stops was along the Bay of Fundy. The tide was out, so the boats in Alma were moored on dry land.

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Hopewell Rocks sit in the Bay of Fundy, where thousands of years of the tide coming in and out have eroded the rocks into fascinating shapes. When the tide is low, you can walk out on the ocean floor.

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I loved the hairy rocks covered in rubbery seaweed and the squish of the muddy floors.

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I would have liked to stay and see the tide rush in to experience both sides of the rocks, but we had an island to get to.

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