|The Saguenay Fjord is a national park in Canada; like all fjords, it was formed by a retreating glacier that
formed a valley subsequently filled with seawater from the St Lawrence River. The Saguenay Fjord is about
60 miles long, cutting into the Laurentian Shield, which is considered the oldest rocks on earth. Rough
seas, due to high winds delayed our tender departure; it was another cold and sometimes rainy day . We
walked a couple of miles through the park following along the edge of the fjord.
|A few years ago, we cruised the fjords in Norway, which are quite
different and much more impressive than the Saguenay Fjord. I was
reminded of a walk through the baylands, but with more trees and