We took this picture at 1:30 p.m., one hour after high tide. We rushed from Nova Scotia to get here so we could see what the beach would look like. Then we went back to the campsite and came back 6 hours later to take the picture below.
This is the same spot! We couldn’t believe it! We’d read about the huge tides on the Bay of Fundy, but really didn’t think this is what 50′ would look like. Some spots have 70′ differences. It was amazing. The whole cove opened up and we were able to scramble out to a rocky area that we had seen earlier. The soil was sandy and muddy and would grab your foot and keep it if you didn’t step correctly.
Truly a highlight of the trip!