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Sacred Headwaters with Rainbow. Copyright Brian Huntington
12 Sep 2012
Last night my coworker Jason and I camped in BC’s Sacred Headwaters. We were awoken in the middle of the night by gentle drops of rain. In the morning, we packed up our soggy gear and headed up the road to Telegraph Creek, another Tahltan First Nation community in the Stikine watershed.
Sacred Headwaters with Rainbow. Copyright Brian Huntington
04 Sep 2012
One morning during our Sacred Headwaters trip, minutes after emerging from our tents, the swarms of black flies, mosquitoes, and no-see-ums had found fresh southern blood. Even though I had warned my coworker Jason of the bugs, nothing prepares visitors for the onslaught if they haven’t experienced it before. “So this is northern Canada, huh?” Jason asked.

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