William has declared the sea caves to be the best part of the trip. Unlike the Fundy park, these caves are not roped off to protect people from harm and falling stuff, they are just here to explore. From inside one of them, you can hear yourself echo. Leaving the area, we found a lighthouse that was accurate but built as a tourist site; still cool. You can climb to the top. We also crossed one of the famous covered bridges and found out that they were built to keep snow off and extend the life of the bridge. A normal wooden bridge is expected to last 8-10 years. These covered ones are over 75 years old.
Here is June in her office at University of New Brunswick, St. John campus, the oldest BA granting university in North America. None of the original buildings from 225 years ago are still around but the campus is nice and has a great view of the river.