We started the day from Yarmouth following the Evangeline Trail, a coastline highway that goes through several Arcadian villages with many churches. It was a good drive, many great views of the coastline and Saint Mary’s Bay. We ended up at Digby where we boarded the ferry to cross the Bay of Fundy to St. John, New Brunswick, where we started our journey several weeks ago.
The ferry ride was beautiful – little wind, great sunshine. We even saw another whale. The ride lasted about three hours. When we left the ferry we followed Diana and Sandy’s GPS, trying to get to the Reversing Falls where we boondocked several weeks earlier. However, we ended up at the wrong address. Fortunately, a city policeman was there to let us know we were in the wrong part of town – the drug section – and he guided us to the Falls. A very nice young police officer.