Meanwhile, back at the New Brunswick Road Trip…
Daniels Flats Leg (Hopewell Cape)~
Three minutes up the road from the Hopewell Rocks, just past McGinleys Corner, is Hopewell Cape. Do I really need to give you the km/mileage on that? It’s a spit up the road from Lover’s Arch and
a bear looking at an alien worm coming right up out of the ocean floor Bear Rock. Just a spit, man!
And Hopewell Cape is where I took these clicks of Daniels Flats (4 km/2.5 miles wide and stretching to Grindstone Island), or Daniel’s Flats. I’ve seen it both ways, so take your pick. It’s one of the three major mudflats bordering Shepody Bay.
Thanks for that last shot, G-Man!
Here’s a link to the Fundy Biosphere Reserve and all things mudflats. And shorebirds. The mudflats are key to the migration of shorebirds. Poke around. Who wants to work on Friday anyway?!
I didn’t say that.
Nope. Not me.
Next stop — Moncton!
#newbrunswickroadtrip to be continued…
You know what to do. Meet you in the bar in 3…2…1…
2 thoughts on “Fridaaaaay!… aka Some Ado About Mudflats”
Nothing like the mudflats is there? I grew up in Moncton and would take little getaways to Hopewell. Some friends and I even found a hot spring. So much fun and if I only knew what I had all those years ago.
Your pictures are fantastic, every time. Mr. G is good, don’t get me wrong I’m not trying to dis him but your pictures have more of a draw for me but hey he’s probably the “she” to your shenanigans so good job to both of you.
I’m off to celebrate tonight too – so glad Friday comes along every week.
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I was pretty smitten with Moncton, Kellie. Thank you. Every once in a while, the G-Man gets a particular shot that I missed. And I want it! 😀 Dang, that man.
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