Maritimes 2008 travel blog

Bear River homes and business on stilts to accommodate the low and...

Fence at the Bear River First Nations Cultural Centre

Niall was intrigued by the fungi/mushrooms

Entrance to the Gold Mines trail

Niall searching for gold in quartz stone

Looking for petroglyphs

Last chance to buy gas for miles....


We started the day back in Bear River to visit the First Nations Cultural Centre. It was a good introduction to Mi'kmac history and culture. At Kejimkujik National Park, called Keji for short, we hiked three trails: one along the Mersey River, another above the river and around a drumlin, and the last to see remains of gold mines. At 6:00pm we joined a guided tour of the Mi'kmac petroglyphs, which are in a restricted area. We had to take off our shoes and socks to avoid damaging the drawings. Unfortunately, decades of graffiti have invaded the rocks.



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