The first time I ever visited the Maine area was a few years back. We stayed at a lovely Bed and Breakfast in Boothbay Harbor that boosted a room with a "water view". The day we arrived it was pouring rain and so sitting out on our porch and enjoying our "water view" was out of the question. The next day we woke up delighted to see that the rain had finally stopped! We rushed out on to our balcony to see our water view.
Low and behold all we saw were a bunch of boats laying on their sides , their keels dripping mud onto the bare earth below. I was shocked. "What is that?", I asked my husband.
" I think that's our water view", he replied almost sadly. Weirdly by the evening, the harbor had refilled with water and the boats were once again floating gracefully on the water.
The more we saw of Maine's many harbors and inlets, the more we saw this same phenomenon over and over again. I understand that if you go a little further east into the Bay of Fundy, the tidal changes become even more dramatic! Each day 100 billion tonnes of seawater flow in and out of the Bay of
Fundy during one tide cycle, which is more than the combined flow of the whole world’s
Anyhow, sorry to digress, but we certainly live in an amazing world, don't you think?
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