In yesterday's posting I talked about the never-changing rocky coast. Today the topic is the ever-changing beaches.
|Sunday morning breakfast|
Today we returned to the beach for having breakfast at Robinson's Point in the Roosevelt Park. It is a very, very quiet spot, secluded and a ways off the main park road.
|View across Raccoon Beach|
As we were having rolls, eggs and coffee, a little sparrow was looking for HIS breakfast which contained of morning-wet mosquitoes sitting on the wooden rails.
Before we are heading home we did the 1km (0.6mile) bog (board-) walk. The Roosevelt Park has really gone out of its way to make this walk a journey in local biology. The many posts show the diversity of life in a shallow bog. One can go the self-guided tour or join a Roosevelt Park Guide for the round walk.
|The "Pitcher Plant", collecting water in a |
hollow it makes insects drown there,
digesting them afterwards
|The Eagle Hill Bog Board walk|
For the afternoon we enjoyed a performance of the Passamaquoddy Bay Symphony Orchestra in Lubec,ME under Conductor/Concert Master Trond Sæverud (Norway). This is a group of more than 25 members of amateur musicians from around the Passamaquoddy Bay.