How Did They Survive?
As they came around the corner of the trail I had time to take one picture with my Canon PowerShot G9 set on automatic. The moment I snapped the shutter I knew that I had a photograph that would always make me wonder how the beaver trappers of the 1800s survived under these conditions with no modern gear. We were doing this ride under very strict 1800-’40 conditions, but we were only there for three days.
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