Yes...it is daily...if you are considering a trip there,
you might be interested in looking at http://www.novascotiawebcams.com
they have 5 'albums' of camera sites
that you can choose from to see live pictures.
Some cameras update as often as every 5 seconds...
some take a little longer.
I check the camera at the Halifax ferry terminal
regularly, & also the Martock ski hill.
Actually the big tidal bore that is often pictured occurs on a river that feeds that bay. It is interesting to see the tide out. However, the Fundy area has become less than tourist friendly. NS has seriously neglected road maintenance and the roads are very tiring due to the bumps. Tourist amenities are few also. Most of the tourist focus seems to be around the major cities, the southern shore, and Cape Breton. A bit disappointed in the Fundy area because of the roads.
I was there a very long time ago. "Legend has it" that the entire bay would have a tsunami-like wave come crashing in and fill the whole thing up in minutes. That had not happened for many years at the time I was there, due to changes in tides, currents, sediment, etc. I do recall there was a fun "roll" of water that came in, and then the bay did fill up in an hour or so. Not the most "thrilling" experience for a 10-yr. old.
Sorry to hear the roads, etc. have become so bad, it's still a beautiful area.
My wife and I rode the tidal bore when were visiting about 20 years ago. Basically, we were taken out in a zodiac/inflatable boat and the boat went down-river until we spotted the tidal bore, which looks like a 'ledge' of water, rolling up the river. The driver pulled the boat up on top of the tidal bore, and you cold look down on it. As it passes, the river gets a lot of waves, and we spent some time running over those - something that can be fun if you're not bothered by a rough ride.
Otherwise, we drove around the Cape Breton highlands, saw Peggy's Cove, Lunenberg, and went back to Halifax to meet up with some friends before flying home. It's a pretty place and we had a great time
The weather forecast for Sunday called for not so hot, clear and light winds. So I hit the road and had a good adventure. Bike odometer recorded 282 miles.
From Kansas City went west to Council Grove then south on the Flint Hills Scenic Byway to National Tallgrass Prairie Preserve and...
Was a very nice mostly sunny day today. Very comfortable at around 80 deg F give or take a degree or two. So I took off on a little 86 mile long ride in a different direction than the last one. I know the roads enough around the area to know where I can ride where there is nice scenery and a few...
Putting this here since it is a past event/ride...
Yesterday returned from a motocycle camping trip to Spring Green, WI. This is one of the annual events put on by the ST-Owners forum members (of which I am still one). Been going to this event almost every year since 2010. Lots of great roads...
June 11 2020.
I had a USB charging point fitted to my Burgman 400 and then for a ride, about 170 km in total through some wonderful scenery.
I stick these rides on a blog so if you want to read here is the link
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To start with I have owned at least 15 different motorcycles from a Honda 50, Suzuki GS1100GK Honda gold wing Harley heritage Harley ultra classic Harley sportster and a 650 burgman and when I have been asked which is the best bike I always said depends on what type of riding are you doing and...
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