WEATHER: Mostly sunny. Highs about 60
What a fun day! We drove about 1.5 hours to the mouth of the Shubenacadie River, Nova Scotia's largest river to ride the raging rapids caused by the tidal changes.
We donned rain pants and jackets...
We weren't too glamorous...
Here, we got out of the Zodiac and walked on the sandbar. Not long after this picture, the sandbar was totally under water.
It was quite an exciting ride. 8-foot waves. Classified as Class 4 rapids. After the first big wave, I slid down to the bottom of the Zodiac rubber raft, and decided to just stay there the rest of the ride. View from the bottom, with waves crashing into the boat.
We were all totally drenched.
Today is our last full day with our friends Tony and Jenny. We celebrated with Tony's yummy nachos and a bottle of Nova Scotia champagne.