The Passamaquoddy Area of the Bay of Fundy is one of the most important on the east coast. ABOUT When billions of tons of water rush in and out through Head Harbour Passage twice each day, something magical happens. … Continue reading EXPLORE: The Quoddy Region where something “magical” happens.
Explore the Downeast coastal area from Labrador to Connecticut. Download the free digital copy or buy the book. New Publication (4) By Art MacKay in TRAVEL 98 pages, published 12/28/2018 This wikibook covers key information for the Downeast coast from Labrador … Continue reading EXPLORE: Starting to think about spring? Get all the basic Downeast travel info here.
Imagine taking 6 hours to travel 16 miles from North Head to southern Head! ABOUT Imagine catching the tides and the wind to slowly sail your way to visit Grand Manan. It’s 1891 and Samuel Adams Drake is exploring the … Continue reading EXPLORE: Prowling Grand Manan Island by sail, foot and horse, 1891
From: Canadian Treasure ‹ Geological Society of London blog https://wordpress.com/read/blogs/25262983/posts/9288 Here is a treasure map found in the bottom drawer amongst the miscellany of uncatalogued maps that live there. It’s a bit of a peculiarity. Dedicated to a mother, it’s … Continue reading EXPLORE: A Grand Manan Treasure Map.
Abandoned mines and deserted islands, Zodiac boat rides and foraged meals … all this awaits you in Newfoundland. Join us for a week full of adventure, storytelling, and windswept landscapes. We’ll visit three of Newfoundland’s most unique and historic locations: … Continue reading EXPLORE: Now here is a trip I would like to take!! Secrets of Newfoundland
21 Sep 2011 By Margie Goldsmith The Huffngton Post View source article I plunge into the 32-degree waters off Bell Island, Newfoundland and descend with my dive buddy to the S.S. Saganaga. This former iron ore carrier — along with … Continue reading EXPLORE: Diving Newfoundland’s World War II shipwrecks
BY ARGUNNERS MAGAZINE ON APRIL 6, 2016 In the video above you’ll see aerial footage of ships left abandoned in Staten Island, NY., in a eerie graveyard of WWII-era ships nicknamed the “Arthur Kill Ship Graveyard”. The Arthur Kill ship graveyard … Continue reading EXPLORE: Arthur Kill Ship Graveyard: Eerie Graveyard of WWII-era ships