In another moment a huge wave, like a muddy tidal bore
but almost scaldingly hot, came sweeping round the bend upstream.
As well as eating, there are adventure sports to be tried, extraordinary natural phenomenon to watch (such as the tidal bore
wave in the Bay of Fundy), and wildlife to be spotted everywhere, from whales and bald eagles to tiny crabs and sea anemones.
And we reported on the natural phenomenon, the River Mersey Tidal Bore
, that was expected to hit.
Cadets got to experience riding the tidal bore
and shooting the rapids in Zodiacs as the tide rushes up Nova Scotia's Shubenacadie River, past eagle nests, Acadian dykelands, a cantilever bridge, and geological formations.
The tidal bore
on the east coast continues to experience problems, no deep-rock geothermal has yet been commissioned in Canada, and the country's first concentrated solar facility will start soon in Alberta.
There's something very magical and scary about the tidal bore
when it comes in.
He said: "When the tidal bore
was out we would walk on the channels, find flat fish, put them in our little string bag and go home and cook them.
On the Severn in Gloucestershire, surfers rode a maximum level-5 tidal bore
Which British river is noted for its tidal bore
, a wave that runs up-river at high tide?
The Kasanka bat migration in Zambia, Carlsbad Cavern in America, Lunar rainbow in Zambia and Shubenacadie tidal bore
in Canada take the 16,17,18 and 19 spots.
The Moncton race will be staged at Tidal Bore
Disasters are said to come in threes, but Bruce Parker makes it clear they've always come in waves, and frequently provoke ingenious responses: the fact that the first tide table was devised in China is down to the tidal bore
in the Qiantang River--at more than three kilometres wide and seven metres high, it isn't surprising that local minds applied themselves to predicting its appearance.