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Got to see the afternoon tidal bore in the Bay of Fundy in Truro today. Was higher because we were close to the new moon (other high is full moon). The wave was bigger than I expected also because in Truro you're on a curve...More
The tidal bore is not super dramatic--not a tidal wave! But it is fascinating and worth seeing it startle the sea gulls and flood the river. Pretty fields & bird watching--and people watching. Kind of a festive scene. The woman at the desk was helpful....More
The lady that was working the information table was very knowledgeable. She was also helpful giving us information about the area and places to shop. She was a fountain of information regarding the tidal bore and the community in general.
There's some interesting things going...More
Good thing we went earlier in the day because the info centre is being built.
We met some lovely people from Utah and western Canada and we all had a good laugh at just watching the water rise no big wave coming in.
Wasn't impressed with this place.. I remember driving by as a kid and wondering if the old motel that used to sit on the property was haunted?? Now that it's tore down and gone it's a little more welcoming but there's certainly nothing to draw...More
We were surprised to see that there were quite a few people waiting to see this phenomenon. There is a small visitor centre with a very helpful lady, telling us approximately what time the tide would be coming in. When it was coming, she stepped...More
My friend and I wanted to see the result of the high tides in the Bay of Fundy. We ended up at the Tidal bore in Truro while it was still warm and pleasant weather. We set our lawn chairs out and waited for the...More
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If you google Truro tidal bore, the town of Truro has a website about it. And on their home page there's a link to the Gov of Canada tide information for that site. It changes from day to day by almost an hour (2 high... More
If you google Truro tidal bore, the town of Truro has a website about it. And on their home page there's a link to the Gov of Canada tide information for that site. It changes from day to day by almost an hour (2 high tides/day)