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We tied up our boats and then the next morning all the water was gone, photo by author











Actually, alone the shoreline of the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick, Canada, this event happens twice a day. Difference between low and high tide averages near 40 feet, and so fisherman, when they moor their boat, will have to wait 12 hours before they can return to the bay. Good time to stop by the local tavern and have a few beers.



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