Drove to Kejimkujik. Keji is also flat. Keji is not on the ocean like our other parks, but has a huge lake. It is also a newer park – about 50 years old – but there wasn’t much built on the land.
We stopped for lunch on our drive at a picnic area and were welcomed to Nova Scotia by a colorful woman who was on a driving tour with friends for her birthday week and another man. Very friendly province!
Today we hiked to the Mills Falls on the Mersey River. The river is brown. We were able to climb on rocks near the falls and the kids had a lot of fun with the floating bridge over the river.
Maggie and Rick made Lu’sknikn – a Mi’kmaw bread – over the campfire. It has flour, baking soda, salt, oil and water. We used pancake mix for the flour and baking soda. The dough gets rolled out and wrapped around a stick for cooking.