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New Brunswick Bay of Fundy info - repost from US forum

I've been replying to a poster on a thread on the US forum who was initially looking for info on Maine and Campobello. As it evolved, she decided to include more time in New Brunswick as well, and I've given a lot of info on our trip along the Bay of Fundy last summer. Despite my good intentions, I never got around to writing a trip report. I thought it was too bad anyone searching the Canada forum for this same info wouldn't see it because it's on the US forum, so I'm including a link to that thread here for anyone who's interested. The first few posts only refer to Maine, but partway through my first post I start giving info about Campobello and the ferries to Deer Island and the NB mainland, and most of the rest of the thread is about Canada.

http://www.fodors.com/forums/threadselect.jsp?fid=1&tid=35181481

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