POINT LEPREAU NUCLEAR: If you are living on the coast of Fundy in NB, NS or Maine it’s time to put this in perspective.

These Google map images show your proximity to Point Lepreau. If you are following the disaster in Fukushima, Point Lepreau’s operational ups-and-downs, and the failure of nuclear plants around the globe, you will know that the odds of a major … Continue reading

CONTEST: Win a Round of Applause!!!

I just posted a great shot of some white-sided dolphins at West Isles. People get confused about this name. They stand on the wharf in St. Andrews and wonder why these Islands are called “West” Isles when they are to … Continue reading


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LNG: Save Passamaquoddy Bay Organization Indicts FERC Environmental Process and Raises Questions of Credibility

Save Passamaquoddy Bay Organization Indicts FERC Environmental Process Eastport, Maine — On Thursday, Save Passamaquoddy Bay 3-Nation Alliance submitted an exposé and indictment of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) environmental permitting process. Save Passamaquoddy Bay, a grassroots organization based in … Continue reading

POLLUTION: It’s been 8 years and St. Stephen is still polluting the St. Croix River -Time for action has passed.

The St. Croix Estuary Project, an Atlantic Coastal Action Program organization, first identified dangerous levels of pollution in 2004 and each succeeding year tracked the improvements, if any, at a set of established sites from St. Stephen to St. Andrews. … Continue reading

MYSTERY: Strange Vine on Tim Foulkes’ Mountain – Can you identify it?

Here is something new to be seen in the wilderness on Tim Foulkes’ Mountain (aka Simpson Hill.) located just starting up Yellow Jacket trail from branch to Cedars trail. The first photo is an overall view of the vine that … Continue reading

ROCK ART: Build a Rockery – A new way to enjoy building with shore stones.

While Inukshuk show up everywhere along our highways, I’ve only see 2 “rockeries” (A name I am proud to have invented!!), one on the shore at Charlottetown and the other at Indian Point in St. Andrews, NB.  The one on … Continue reading

TOURISM: Is it time for St. Andrews and Charlotte County to take a fresh look at Cruise Ships?

The arrival of the cruise ship “The World” in Passamaquoddy waters this week opens up the subject of the future of the cruise ship industry here. Certainly the efforts of developers at Eastport and St. Andrews are to be applauded. … Continue reading

EXPLORE: The Irish at Passamaquoddy Bay

  This cross stands as a memorial to these ancestors of today’s Canadians at St. Andrews, NB. Almost everyone has heard of the potato famine in Ireland and the mass emigration that it triggered. Many of these folks survived harsh conditions … Continue reading

TOURISM: St. Andrews businesses feel Algonquin loss

But town offical says good weather and cruise ships keep him optimistic CBC News Posted: Jul 24, 2012 11:25 AM AT  Last Updated: Jul 24, 2012 12:26 PM AT St. Andrews businesses are feeling the loss of the historic Algonquin … Continue reading