Down by the bay…

I love the Bay of Fundy – this is not surprising as I love the ocean, and am fortunate to be able to visit the ocean on two of the Canadian coasts.

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This small section of the shore along the Nova Scotia side of the Bay of Fundy is a bit of a bother to get to, as it is accessed by what could loosely be described as a road. The road is Bishop Mountain Road, and while much of it is paved or decent gravel, the last kilometer is pretty much 4×4 territory.

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The small brook is Bishop Brook, so I call this Bishop Beach. It’s a quiet section of the shoreline with much to see.

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It’s well worth the drive, and you could park a car at the start of the rough section of road and then walk the rest of the way.

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One of the smaller sea caves

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While walking the cobble beach can be a bit challenging there, is much to see and lots of things to poke about.

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More waves and another sea cave

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And my favorite sea cave

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Poking about in the sea caves is interesting, but, it’s really not safe as the cliffs are fractured and tend to collapse. I went in, and then got out pretty fast.

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