Our Outrageous, Enrage-ous Anniversary Celebration

@ Hopewell Rocks

@ Hopewell Rocks

Day 65    August 13

Today was our wedding anniversary. And what better way to celebrate, than to go visit a place called Cape Enrage. The irony. Ha!

We paused for one last photo op in Alma as we left Fundy National Park, and then we were on our way.

Low tide in Alma

Low tide in Alma

Low tide in Alma

Low tide in Alma

Darn...too early to stop here for lunch.

Darn…too early to stop here for lunch.

New Brunswick coastline

New Brunswick coastline

En route to Cape Enrage, we stopped at a remote little mom and pop winery to buy some celebratory booze. We picked up a couple bottles of their sweet blueberry wine, and a couple pieces of chocolate.

Let the anniversary gift shopping begin!

Let the anniversary gift shopping begin!

View from the winery, back out to the bay.

View from the winery, back out to the bay.

Rocky shoreline on the Bay of Fundy

Rocky shoreline on the Bay of Fundy

And, in the other direction....

And, in the other direction….

We made it to Cape Enrage, and it did not disappoint. Yep, it was yet another beautiful spot in Canada.

Cape Enrage! The ultimate in wedding anniversary destinations!

Cape Enrage! The ultimate in wedding anniversary destinations!

Crazy person ziplining @ Cape Enrage (not me, not Mark)

Crazy person ziplining @ Cape Enrage (not me, not Mark)

@ Cape Enrage

@ Cape Enrage

@ Cape Enrage

@ Cape Enrage

@ Cape Enrage

@ Cape Enrage

@ Cape Enrage

@ Cape Enrage

Before you knew it, it was time to get on the road and find a place to have our anniversary lunch.

Leaving Cape Enrage. Which way are we supposed to go?!

Leaving Cape Enrage. Which way are we supposed to go?!

Scenic route out of Cape Enrage

Scenic route out of Cape Enrage

Horses....what a life these guys have!

Horses….what a life these guys have!

We travelled onward on Rt 114 until we came upon a nice little lunch spot, the Red Roof Restaurant. As is our anniversary tradition, we had dessert first, a lovely chocolate cake with boiled icing. I don’t know what boiled icing is. The “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy was in effect.

Anniversary lunch time!

Anniversary lunch time!

Do dogs cause kitchen fires? huh?

Do dogs cause kitchen fires? huh?

Next major stop on the anniversary outing, was Hopewell Rocks. This is another of those extreme tide places. We happened to hit it at high tide, and watched a bunch of kayakers maneuvering around the giant rock formations. At low tide, it’s a completely different place. I took a photo of a poster that shows what it looks like at low tide, since we weren’t gonna wait around to see it in real life.

@ Hopewell Rocks

@ Hopewell Rocks

@ Hopewell Rocks

@ Hopewell Rocks

@ Hopewell Rocks

@ Hopewell Rocks

Way down there...kayakers at high tide.

Way down there…kayakers at high tide.

Tourists @ Hopewell Rocks

Tourists @ Hopewell Rocks

Poster of Hopewell Rocks at low tide.

Poster of Hopewell Rocks at low tide.

Ice cream and water break

Ice cream and water break

The day was fun and eventful, for sure. But, the ultimate treasure, was celebrating our 26th wedding anniversary at Camper City campground in Moncton, New Brunswick. Hanging out in our camp chairs, Trixie and Dax by our sides, feasting on sushi and blueberry wine. It doesn’t get any better than that!

Doing a drive-through of Moncton, New Brunswick

Doing a drive-through of Moncton, New Brunswick

@ Camper City on our 26th wedding anniversary!

@ Camper City on our 26th wedding anniversary!

@ Camper City on our 26th wedding anniversary!

@ Camper City on our 26th wedding anniversary!

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