Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Cape Sable rapids
We had a delicious lunch at the home of Mimi and Dave and headed out for the Bay of Fundy, anticipating a Friday crossing. More HEAVY fog that condenses on the bimini framework and rains on us. As we approached Cape Sable, the southernmost point in Nova Scotia, in calm water we saw rapids from the tide on the radar!! They didn't turn out to be quite as fearsome as they looked on the radar, but it was certainly a new experience for us. Lester Smith came out here to our secluded anchorage at Clark's Cove in his fishing boat to check us out and is bringing lobster and his Mrs. to meet us tomorrow, on his 84th birthday. Waay cool.