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Hunting The Mackenzie Mountains Of Canada’s Northwest Territory

The Mackenzie Mountains of the NWT cover a vast stretch of absolutely wild and untouched land (54,000 square miles or 34.6 million acres) running east of the Yukon border and west of the Mackenzie River, and unfolding their breathtaking beauty from the British Columbia border to the south all the way north past the Arctic Circle to the northern tundra that sweeps on into the Arctic Ocean. There are no roads, no towns or villages, no year-around residents and very few resident hunters. This is a primordial land Continue reading Hunting The Mackenzie Mountains Of Canada’s Northwest Territory

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Big Cinnamon in Alberta

AlbertacinnamonriverThe spring season in Alberta is truly a magical time of year. It is the season when new life is evident all around. Life slowly creeps into the country from the hearty crocus that boldly brings the first color to the drab landscape, to the newly open buds on poplar trees that cast a green hue across the hillsides. Continue reading Big Cinnamon in Alberta