Hopewell Rocks and it's flower pot erosions were quite awesome. The sky opened up with all it had to deliver and we soon were walking the beach looking like drowned rats, but still able to smile.
Thank goodness for Uvee our GPS navigator who got us through Moncton in the rain to Magnetic Hill Winery and B&B. The 115 year old house had been abandoned for many years when Jeff and Janet bought it and with a labour of love have restored it beautifully. They make their own fruit wines from strawberries, rhubarb, grapes and blueberries. Had a nice complimentary sampling of their six varieties. A very homey, working farm B&B where breakfast was casually served in the kitchen - waffles kept coming which we topped with fresh fruits and their homemade maple butter and maple syrup. Great NB hospitality.
Wally zoomed in on this plant clinging to the rocks with it's
snaking roots, making it look a little like his bonsai hobby.