“It’s probably better if you stick your marshmallow above the coals, not the flames,” suggests Brennah McKirdy.
The Parks Canada summer staffer is giving a rundown of fire safety, which I — the Torontonian — manage to cap off with a flaming ball of goo.
“Try not to wave it around too much!” she says gently as I fling my sticky torch near a pile of dried pine needles.
McKirdy, a geology student from Quebec, is my friendly, capable guide for an overnight at the park’s new Equipped Camping site.
- Tent Camping