After meeting with Rob, we had lunch at the Changing Tides Restaurant.
This is inside the restaurant. It used to be the bank. The vault still remains.
This is a picture of the restaurant from the other side of the river. The tide was low and you could see all the buildings were on 'stilts'. The arrow indicates where we sat for lunch, overlooking the river.
A view of the river from out table.
As we walked back to the car, overlooking the main river.
Another look at the Bear River.
Looking back a bit to a house on the opposite bank.
This was looking west toward the ocean, from the other side of the street.
The main bridge that goes through town,
This is not my picture, but shows the restaurant at high tide just so you can see how high the river rises.
And again for comparison, this is low tide.
This is a picture of Rob Buckland-Nicks, the owner of Flight of Fancy Gallery. He is famous for painting birds on rocks found locally.
Bluebird on a rock by Rob-Buckland Nicks
Soaring Eagle on a rock by Rob Buckland-Nicks.
Atlantic Puffins on a rock by Rob Buckland-Nicks.