This is Halls Harbor, about 90 minutes from Halifax. The Bay of Fundy* is home to the world highest tides, and it’s rough and ready, a place that makes you feel humble.

Halls Harbour is strongly being affected by climate change, and huge chunks of the coastline are falling into the sea.


The link leads to a short essay that I wrote for Endless Vacation. From the time, you know, when magazines worked with freelancers.

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2 Responses to Tides

  1. j a zobair says:

    Very cool video.

    I love your use of the word “humble” — that is how I always feel standing before the ocean. And peaceful. And, somehow, like everything will be okay.

  2. Linda says:

    Thanks Richard. Simply awesome!

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