Saturday had a prediction of rain and a cold front, and they sure were right by afternoon. We drove out to a spectacular place in the morning called Cape Enrage, with a lighthouse. Then on to Hopewell Rocks, a privately-owned, but well-run place which is best described by looking at the photos here. It is on the shore, with incredible eroded rock formations called "flower pots". For three hours before and after low tide, visitors can climb down a LONG set of stairs down the cliffside to the "ocean floor" which is exposed quite a ways out, and walk around. At high tide, the water is all the way up to the top of the stairs! We ate lunch in the parking lot, and then it started to really rain hard. We drove on around into Nova Scotia, with the intention of staying at a town park campground in Advocates Harbor, at the end of the first peninsula, in the Bay of Fundy, that you can see on a map of Nova Scotia. The drive took us through the very middle of "the middle of nowhere", and the town campground, called "Fundy Tides", was nowhere near the water, closed, and populated by a bunch of people on ATV's. We were dismayed and discouraged, and went on when we suddenly saw a beach campground that had a couple of RV's in it. Our guidebook said it was past the closing date, but that was a typo - it really is September 30, not the 3rd! What a place! We are yards from the high tide mark, and the tides rise and fall 30 feet. The sites are full hook-up, and there is Wi-Fi internet, as well as a gourmet restaurant. So we are staying two nights, since it is so wonderful.