"As we crossed from Nova Scotia to the Bay of Fundy, the place that I wanted to go to, a rock outcropping east of Maine and the Mouth of the Bay of Fundy toward Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, is a little spot called Matinicus," says Marlow. "The approach to it has a lot of things to consider, particularly if you're approaching in the night, which we were, at about 2:00 a.m. and the weather was foggy and rainy and sloppy. The Canadian coast guard maintains a fairly active presence there looking for poaching fishermen. There are a lot of fishermen there to boot. There are some granite rocks out there that are awful hard."