Today is the last day to Vote for the Bay of Fundy as one of the new 7Wonders of the World. Think of all of the possibilities should the Bay of Fundy win the competition. To help in the last-minute drive for votes, Tidal Bore Rafting Park & Cottages has asked local artist, Anthony Kawalski to write a ‘guest blog’. (more…)
Last week the Sandbar Restaurant held its official grand opening. The Nova Scotia facility was built in 2007 but was never properly introduced to our many friends, fans, followers, customers and business associates. This year we added a new awning, a few landscape changes, a new wine and beverage list and a new and expanded restaurant menu. The timing seemed perfect for an opening celebration. (more…)
The number of tidal bore rafting videos on YouTube is increasing almost daily. Today the Canadian Tourism Commission released several in a series of well-produced, short videos on Nova Scotia. Tidal Bore Rafting Park and owner, Jack Robinson are featured in one of those productions. There are some great shots of river but the action ‘rafting’ images are really not in the same league as some of the footage from Nova Scotia rafting enthusiast, Daniel Marshall. The video is nevertheless very professionally done. We would thank the commission for the video and hope all of our fans and customers enjoy this ride on the river.
Welcome to the Pic of the Week. This is the latest tidal bore rafting video from Nova Scotian, Daniel Marshall, a hardcore Shubenacadie River rafter. Remember Daniel? Last year two of his videos were chosen among the Top Five Tidal Bore Rafting Videos in Nova Scotia. This one is bound to make the shortlist for 2010. The new video (of his June 19th, 2010 ride on the river) contains some great landscape and mud sliding shots; and like all of his productions it is entertaining and well edited. Thank you once again Daniel for a job well done.