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Irving Ecocenter

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This is a massive (several kilometer-long) sand dune and saltwater marsh protruding into the sea, with a boardwalk along the whole length. So we walked about a kilometer on the boardwalk, and walked back to where we started along the beach. The jellyfish were big (close to a foot in diameter), purple, and plentiful, at least to a point where I wouldn't have gone in the water. We walked past one about every minute, though I believe that was the only place in the maritimes where we saw the jellyfish.
When leaving the ecocenter our car wouldn't start, so we asked information if we could use their phone to call for help. When I discribed the problem (ignition not turning, can't shift out of park, steering wheel not turning) the person on the phone said my steering wheel is locked and told me how to fix it. When I got off the phone the person at information told me the same thing. Ugh.

Posted by chrisvasil 01:07 Archived in Canada Tagged ecotourism

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