Nova Scotia Treasure

The Our Parks feature in the upcoming May issue of More of Our Canada focuses on Kejimkujik National Park in Nova Scotia. Mary Kozac of Hubbard, N.S., wrote a story about how her family has been visiting the park for more than 37 years. Here are a few photos to entice you to read her story in the magazine, and maybe visit the park yourself!

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Beautiful Scenery

Beautiful Scenery

Beautiful Slapfoot Beach at sunset in Keji park.

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Amazing Nature

Amazing Nature

On their many trips to Keji, Mary, Joe and their three kids developed a love of nature. Here is an amazingly colourful tree fungus.

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Campfire

Campfire

Mary and Joe enjoy relaxing by their campfire.

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Dancing Loons

Dancing Loons

"These two loons were doing the most amazing dance, entwining their necks and enjoying each other's company," writes Mary.

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Relaxing

Relaxing

Mary's daughter, Julie, enjoys a beer by the fire after a day of cycling with mom.

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Keji Lake

Keji Lake

Keji Lake early in the morning.

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Fancy Skirt

Fancy Skirt

"Incredibly gorgeous fungus - looks like a fancy skirt!" says Mary.