Friday, July 19, 2013

Day 6 of 49 pix morning trip

I am going to load day six pix and maybe explain a bit about them.  This is the pic of the beach just before the lighthouse.

Rog on the "beach"

The grains of sand.  LOL


Beautiful light house called Cape Enrage.  

 Cape Enrage derives its name from the large reef that extends south into Chignecto Bay, which causes the water off the point to become extremely violent, particularly at half tide when the reef is partially exposed and the water is moving quickly. The oldest lighthouse on the New Brunswick mainland, dating from 1847, is located at Cape Enrage. The lighthouse itself has been automated and unmanned since the 1980s, but it has recently become a popular tourist destination, as a result of a concentrated effort by local students to renovate the property and run it as a summer project.
Road up to the light house.


Which way do I go??  
Nice ripe berries


Wild turkeys in the graveyard.
A small marsh with a couple of families floating along.

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