Thursday, March 08, 2007

Chock 'a block on Digby Neck

Just had this note from whale watch operator, Tom Goodwin (Ocean Explorations) in Tiverton on Digby Neck at the mouth of the Bay of Fundy.

There's been quite a bit of ice out here. .... With especially cold weather (like Jan '04 and Feb '07), we get alot of ice forming in St.Mary's Bay which then floats off with high tides and drifts around to the Bay of Fundy, through the passages with the tide(s). This is a photo of the car ferry that runs from the mainland to Tiverton, pushing ice out of the way as it goes.

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