September Song

The hills of northern British Columbia come alive with waterfalls and wildlife in the fall.

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Dudley Dawson

British Columbia

North through the Finlayson Channel and then east in the narrowing sheep passage brought Snapdragon to an enquisite anchorage in Windy Bay.Dudley Dawson

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Totem guards the land of indigenous peoples.Neil Rabinowitz

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Float planes serve the remotest areas.Dudley Dawson

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Your intrepid author, Dudley Dawson.Dudley Dawson

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Snapdragon's owners Bill and Susan Beardslee.Dudley Dawson

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Attack cat who guards the airport at Bella Bella.Dudley Dawson

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Joni Dawson, the author's wife, relaxing on the third day at Ursula Channel.Dudley Dawson

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River deltas fan out along the Inside Passage.Neil Rabinowitz

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Beautiful but hazardous; along the way, grizzlies feast on salmon, fattening up for winter.Neil Rabinowitz

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