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Camp Mini Ha Ha


Every Fall, for more than 10 years miniaturists from Canada, the US and the UK have gathered in Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia.


They spend 5 days building miniature replicas of real-life objects at a place they call Camp Mini Ha Ha.
It's the brainchild of three people, Debbie Parrot and Cheryl Hartlen from Nova Scotia - and Marcy Cumberland from the US.
About 30 campers go every year, and while men are welcome, so far most of them have been women.
Writer, actor and regular CBC contributor Jackie Torrens, has a thing for people whose interests are off the beaten path.
We sent her to Mini Camp for two days, and there she found that big revelations can be had, even in a world so small....


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