What a lucky thing it is -- it only takes us 30 to 40 minutes to reach the beach, a real beach with golden sand and blue ocean. Let my bare feet touch the sand, wow, so soft and so warm. I really love it!
Aboiteau Beach is located in Cap Pelé (New Brunswick, Canada).
Beautiful kites were flying in crystal blue sky:
Low tide time, what a beach!
After lunch, the water level started to rise:
The typical scene on the beach:
Clear and warm seawater:
Tons of fish:
Puppies were enjoying the water too:
We found a rock crab! This is my quick shot, later, I tried to make a better focus, but it suddenly disappeared :( As we know, it dug a hole and hid itself under the sand.
Poor crab, if it didn't hide that quickly, it would have already been a feast for gull like its partner:
This is the world of sea birds:
I was so excited when I saw sandpipers. I have visited the Bay of Fundy twice for sandpipers. As I mentioned before, from mid July to early August, it is time for nature lovers to see millions of sandpipers gathering here to prepare for their long journey to South America. However, I didn't see any of them. Here, although the number of sandpipers is not that much, it has already been a surprise for me.
After dinner, we took a walk in this small village. It is a French community, however, we didn't see "fleur-de-lis" which is a symbol in Quebec province; instead, the Acadian Flag is everywhere, even painted on the power pole.
Park Tidiche is beautiful:
Isn't this house strange? With Japanese painted on the wall:
The first store in Cap pelé was in this house, now, it is a restaurant with a Chinese name owned by Vietnamese.