R: Reversing Rapids

“There can’t possibly anything left for this girl to say about her trip to Maine and Canada.” Well if that is what you are thinking, you are wrong, my friend. Because, I have not posted about the Reversing Rapids on the Bay of Fundy near St. John.

What are the Reversing Rapids? They happen where the Bay of Fundy meets the St, John River. At low tide, the river empties into the bay (this is when there are just basically mud puddles in a lot of the area) and rapids form in this one area.

But, then as the tide rises, the current changes and the rapids flow the other way. The only thing that made this experience less than awesome was the huge factory in the background.


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