Just one story on the show today. Gary and buddies Dennis, Carl and Doug go for a hike and you’re invited to join them. They travel to the rugged Bay of Fundy coast in the province of New Brunswick in Atlantic Canada. They hike to the mouth of the Little Salmon River and from there travel up river to another stream. Walking in the water with sandals on they continue through a narrow gorge with towering cliffs until they reach a spectacular waterfall. On the way they encounter deer and other wildlife and learn a little about the history of the area, all the while surrounded by the forest at the peak of fall foliage. Eventually they rejoin a trail that climbs up to an incredible lookout giving them a view of what’s called ‘The Grand Canyon of New Brunswick’.
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Next week on the podcast we’ll take you on another hike, this time in the Wind River Range of Wyoming.