National Geographic : 1941 May
The National Geographic Magazine Photograph byCanadian National Railways No Spying Through This Keyhole When the Tide IsIn! Keyhole Rock is one ofmany fantastic monuments carved by wind and thesurging Bay ofFundy tides along the beach near Hopewell Cape atthemouth ofthePetitcodiac River. Upthis estuary near Moncton roars the famous tidal wave, known asthe"bore." The flooding tide rushes upstream asawall ofwater, which varies in height from a few inches tofive orsixfeet (page 613). 604 ;J~i I 3,~q"~-Y, d~~ *bX~a'-l ...