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The two RV Gypsies on The Fundy Trail
New Brunswick, Canada ...
The heart of the Bay of Fundy

The two RV Gypsies drove through the 72 foot long Irish River #2 Hardscrabble 1946 covered bridge and then on to the famous Fundy Trail.
Irish River #2  covered bridge
Fundy Trail sign
Lee Duquette and the view from Fox Rock Observation Deck, Elevation: 223 feet.
Lee Duquette and the view from Fox Rock Observation Deck
view from Fox Rock Observation Deck
The two RV Gypsies at the Fox Rock Observation Deck
he two RV Gypsies at the Fox Rock Observation Deck
the view from Fox Rock Observation Deck
Next the two RV Gypsies took the stairs and trail to Flower Pot Rock on the Fundy Trail - Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick, Canada.
Flower Pot Rock on the Fundy Trail
Flower Pot Rock on the Fundy Trail
Next the two RV Gypsies went down cable stairs to Fuller Falls - but first they viewed Fuller Falls from both an observation deck and from the trail to the cable stairs.
Fuller Falls
Fuller Falls
Fuller Falls
Fuller Falls
A cable staircase led to Fuller Falls. Since there was space between the steps and the ground, each step moved as the two RV Gypsies stepped on them. Although it was a new type of staircase for the two RV Gypsies, they did not find the cable staircase difficult.
cable staircase leading to Fuller Falls
A cable staircase
Lee Duquette on the stairs to Fuller Falls
 Fuller Falls
 Fuller Falls
 Fuller Falls
The two RV Gypsies at  Fuller Falls
The two RV Gypsies at  Fuller Falls
The Big Salmon River
sign - welcome to Big Salmon River
Big Salmon River
Big Salmon River and beach
Clear water trickled over multicolored rocks.
Clear water trickles over multicolored rocks at Salmon River
Clear water trickles over multicolored rocks at Salmon River
Big Salmon Beach
crap on a tree at Big Salmon Beach
The two RV Gypsies took a wooden walk down to a rocky shore!
Big Salmon Beach - a rocky shore
Big Salmon Beach - a rocky shore
Lee Duquette on Big Salmon Beach
Big Salmon Beach - a rocky shore
The two RV Gypsies followed the path from Big Salmon River and Beach to an elegant foot bridge going over the Big Salmon River.
Karen Duquette on the path from Big Salmon River and Beach
Lee  Duquette on the path from Big Salmon River and Beach
Big Salmon River
The elegant suspension bridge over the Big Salmon River
suspension bridge over the Big Salmon River
Lee Duquette on an suspension bridge over the Big Salmon River
Karen Duquette on a suspension bridge over Big Salmon River
Karen Duquette on a suspension bridge over Big Salmon River
The two RV Gypsies on a suspension bridge over Big Salmon River
Cranberry Brock Lookout

Big Salmon River Lookout:
Elevation 367 feet

Cranberry Brock Lookout
Big Salmon River Lookout
Interpretive Centre Lookout: Elevation 328 feet
Lee Duquette at the Interpretive Centre Lookout
Interpretive Centre Lookout
Interpretive Centre Lookout
Long Beach Lookout
Long Beach Lookout
Long Beach Lookout
A silhouetted flowerpot rock profile which resembles a human face. Taken at St. Martins, New Brunswick, Canada. The rock is normally viewed from the other side (facing the road and beach). Visitors can only walk around at low tide to get a different perspective (shown here).
A silhouetted flowerpot rock profile which resembles a human face
Next: A stop at the West Quaco Lighthouse in St. Martins and a walk through the surrounding fields.

Lee Duquette on the path to the West Quaco Lighthouse in St. Martins

Lee Duquette on the path to the West Quaco Lighthouse in St. Martins
 the West Quaco Lighthouse in St. Martins
 the West Quaco Lighthouse in St. Martins
While driving their toad on a side road, the two RV Gypsies had to stop for awhile to let a lot of ducks cross the road. The ducks were not in a hurry, and neither were the two RV Gypsies.
ducks in the road
look belowThe two RV Gypsies visited 10 areas of New Brunswick listed in the menu below. You may view them in any order you wish. However, the page you are on has been grayed out (not underlined) and cannot be chosen from here. There is also a link to PEI below.
 
bullet Campobello Island

bullet Saint John, New Brunswick

 
bullet REVERSING FALLS - the phenomenon known as the reversing falls: outflowing rivers flowing back upstream as the tide comes in.
 
bullet Wolastoq Park in Saint John

bullet Village of Saint Martins
& Sea Caves

 
 bullet The Fundy Trail
bullet Cape Enrage
 
bullet Ponderosa Pines Campground (before and during Tropical Storm Irene) plus a resident groundhog
bullet Scenic Mary's Point Loop
-Shipyard Heritage Park &
Anderson Hollow Lighthouse
 
bullet Hopewell Rocks - the Bay of Fundy's Flowerpot Rocks
- sculpted by the highest tides in the world
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see more adventures of the two RV Gypsies in CanadaAfter you have seen all 10 of the sections above - Please continue on to the next adventure of the two RV Gypsies 2011 travels in Canada - Prince Edward Island