One of my favorite Bay of Fundy culinary delights is “a feed of” clams, and I must confess, deep fried clams at least once a season is a must have. A true experience would be “a feed” right on the beach, steamed. Take a look at the You Tube video posted on our facebook page to see where your clam came from and how it got to your plate…if indeed you have a feed for yourself as you tour the Bay of Fundy.
With the announcement today that the federal government is extending ferry funding for two more years, I thought it would be a good day to highlight the ferries that are available throughout the Bay of Fundy. Continue reading
I recently answered an enquiry from a U.S. visitor planning to come to experience the Bay of Fundy, and my answer included sending him a link to Tourism New Brunswick’s “Two Nation Vacation”. I thought I would also share it with you.
Humidity might be claiming the inland towns and villages in sauna-like conditions, but in Alma, the bright sun is accompanied by fresh winds, salt air and waves that either lap or beat the shoreline depending on the height of our tides and force of our winds.
Here we are, still in the early days of August and already the temperature has begun to chill the mornings before heating rapidly as the sun rises. This morning, at our kayaking HQ in Alma, the staff of FreshAir prepared boats on the lawn and watched one of our favourite resident Bald Eagles make its way down the estuary (from Salmon River), towards the bay in search of its breakfast. Continue reading