Fridaaaaay!… aka Some Ado About Mudflats

Meanwhile, back at the New Brunswick Road Trip…

Daniels Flats Leg (Hopewell Cape)~

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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!

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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.

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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…

TGIF, baby!

You know what to do. Meet you in the bar in 3…2…1…