We decided to change our agenda and took the ferry on Wednesday morning to Grand Manan Island, about an hour and a half boat trip. The guidebook said that a person would either really like it - or not - with no in-between. Well, Tom liked it and Anne did not. It feels like the locals are ho-hum about visitors, and do not put up adequate signage, or even accurate signage. This was frustrating, especially on a hike the next morning to a geological area called Red Point. The trail went along very nicely and ended with no indication of how to actually get to Red Point itself. We were ready to leave by Friday morning, took the ferry back to the mainland, and ended up bypassing Saint John, NB - we were not ready for a big city - and drove on to Fundy National Park, where there is a nice campground.