We “reported” into customs in Seal Cove on Grand Manan Island. Reporting in means Tim called customs and they asked him several questions and then gave us a report number. They never actually visited the boat. Seal Cove is typically a Nexus only site but we had overlooked this. The customs officials were kind enough, and I assume, not too busy, so they reported us in to Canada rather than sending us to a different harbor. It was a very easy process.
Seal Cove is a quiet little harbor. The Canadian Government is in the process of completing a new breakwater that has new floating docks. It is an impressive project that is scheduled to be completed this July.
One thing we are still trying to get used to is the sun setting after 9 p.m. While enroute to Grand Manan we entered the Atlantic Time Zone . On various vacations, Tim and I have visited several places in different time zones from Maine (EST) and have had few issues adjusting. Typically we are early to bed people – 9:30ish – but it just seems odd to start brushing our teeth and putting our pajamas on when the sun is still up!