This blog is about our travels in our solar powered "Airstream" and living off grid, in our passive solar home, near Bancroft, Ontario, Canada.

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Thursday 18 July 2019


Our first major destination in New Brunswick was Fundy National Park where we had booked a campsite for three days. Fundy has the highest tides in the world and we decided to enjoy supper in town overlooking the harbour.

After a long day of driving it was nice to relax and enjoy the view.

Owen reading the choices on the kid's menu.

This is the harbour at high tide .................

and six hours later at low tide.

Click to enlarge and see what keeps the boat upright. It's a simple device that is controlled by ropes from the deck.  Tides here can reach 16 m or 53 feet so boats are often sitting on the ocean floor.

As you can see the weather was perfect and we enjoyed every day in Fundy. Tomorrow I'll show you one weakness on this trip.

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