Winter Camping

Last winter, I got the chance to stay in one of the yurts at Fundy National Park. A massive blizzard had rolled through New Brunswick the week before and many of the snow banks were still higher than the trail heads when I stopped at the visitor centre to check into my site. After getting a map and a set of keys, I drove to the end of a long road, its icy surface covered in a fresh layer of salt. There was already a fire burning in the cookhouse and I spotted several other people staying nearby. Inside my yurt, I found a sofa, pine bunk beds, a large table, and two benches. Several solar lights were hanging from the walls and Parks Canada left a lantern on the table, along with a few other s

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