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Sunday, March 20, 2011

Isn't Nature AWESOME?

Years ago, when we were in our 20's, my husband (boyfriend, back then) and I took a trip across Canada to New Brunswick, where a girlfriend of mine was living at the time.  While there, we took a trip to see the Hopewell Rocks.  Here's a little blurby about the unique, flower-pot shaped rocks:

At low tide, explore quiet coves with flowerpot-shaped rock formations bearing such curious names as 'Mother-in-Law', 'ET' and 'Lover's Arch'. Then, as the tide gently shifts, experience the wonder of nature as 100-billion tonnes of salt-water slowly fills the Bay of Fundy.

These are the highest tides in the world. And they happen twice a day....every day.

Wow. Neat!

What's really cool about nature, is that sometimes it looks like other things.

Why, here's a nice panoramic view!  Yeah, that little person there is me--taking in the wonder!

Hee hee hee hee hee...

You don't see anything "surprising"???


yeah. Neither do I.


  1. now that is impressive!

  2. Awesome!
    I have THE BEST photo that looks like a giant twat - I'll have to post it some day. My friends rolled their eyes saying Art School made me see everything as sexual but it's totally obvious! :) x

  3. Yes! DO post it! Yeah well, I took a film class in first year uni and EVERYTHING was a phallic symbol. It became eye-rolling annoying after a while.

  4. i checked out your blog rating, its 121! baby thats right, almost to the top 100! so many more people will know of your awsomeness!

  5. I saw that right away and was wondering if you were going to comment! hahahahaa

  6. Hooray Paula! I know! However, what if I'm only up there because I've shamelessly CLICKETY clicked myself up to that spot!!! Ha ha sad, but still! Is Matt still boycotting my blog for lent? Curse me and my anti-technology inspiration. survived March break, I see!

  7. ha ha ha ha...Oh Melissa, I do HEART you!

  8. Oh Karen... this is the part when I shake my head in dismay... with a tiny smirk.

    hehe. I remember that picture! Too hillarious.

  9. oh my word, you're standing by a car crushing weiner!
    aside from that, what a cool place!

  10. LOL! Yeah, it was a neat place. There were warning signs everywhere reminding people not too walk too far when the tide was due to come in, or you'd be stranded...or drowned I suppose.


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