Alma is the village at the gateway to Fundy National Park. There is a wharf with pretty fishing boats and it is known for the highest tides in the world (along with the Bay of Fundy) which it sits on. Alma has many B&B's, motels, cottages, restaurants with great seafood, the famous Kelly's Bake Shop (known for it's sticky buns) and quiet charm of a resort town. It's pretty quiet in the winter of course but the tourist season keeps this place hopping the rest of the year.
This rocky bluff is known as Owls Head. The fog was just rolling in.
This is the inner side of the harbour where some sea kayaks were just heading out.
Looking to the right and the road into the park. That treed bluff is where I took the photo of the Red Chairs looking towards Owls Head.
And that was our day at Fundy National Park (in case you missed this post) and Alma. We drove through the park to the other end and to Sussex for supper at the golden arches (a treat!) and ice cream for dessert (another treat!!) then the 1 1/2 hour drive home - hot, tired and full.
We had a rain day yesterday but the sun is shining this morning as the clouds clear off. I hope you are having a great week and enjoying these last days of August. Thank you for visiting and your comments.