A Walk on the Ocean Floor

Have you ever wondered what was on the bottom of the ocean along the coast? What was lurking under that muddy water in the Bay of Fundy?

We enjoyed a day trip adventure to Hopewell Rocks in New Brunswick.

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Hopewell Rocks or Flowerpot Rocks, are rock formations caused by tidal erosion. They stand 40–70 feet tall. Located in the Bay of Fundy, where the World’s Highest Tides make for interesting adventures, the base of the formations are covered in water twice a day. And if you are there at low tide… it is possible to view the formations from ground level, while walking on the ocean floor!

High Tide at the Flowerpots at Hopewell Rocks…

High Tide at the Flowerpot Rocks
High Tide at the Flowerpot Rocks

And the same place at Low Tide…so AMAZING!!!IMG_5543 IMG_5570And we enjoyed a couple hours walking on the Ocean Floor at low tide…

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Adventure For Two

I am from Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, Canada and I'm back from traveling with my husband on an expat assignment to foreign lands. 2011-2012 we were in Shenyang, China. Spring 2012- Spring 2013 we were in Resende,RJ Brazil then back to Shenyang, China in July 2013 until the end of July 2014. Expat life WAS amazing! Adventure abounds no matter where we travel to. We really enjoyed the amazing opportunity to live and experience culture and tradition in these places. BUT now we are finished and adjusting to life in our small town in Canada. Our days of travel and adventure are not over.

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