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First Nations Accommodations  
   

First Nations Accommodations

Each nationality had their own areas and there was little mixing amongst the groups, except by the children. (They are always the ones who do the teaching of tolerance, aren't they?) These huts were where the First Nations families stayed. Nowadays they would be good for a couple or a single person, but then these often hosed two or three big families.
Prince Rupert

June 16th 2012
Rain. Rain. More rain. Prince Rupert lived up to its reputation as being the rainiest place on earth. And it is going to have to be in terms of number of days raining because the place that gets the most rain is in India and it is 23 meters or something ridiculous like that. But it apparently rains 300 or so days a year in Prince Rupert. And it was raining when I arrived on the ferry. And it was r ... read more
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