Unfound Riches

Yet, compared with a wretched little salmon stream and its handful of scrawny creeks, these noble rivers meant little. For in the Klondike Valley, gold lay more thickly than on any other creek. But white men sought gold along the Yukon for a generation before they found it. Klondike Pierre Berton It is winter now, and the days are short. The rocky ledges lining Lake Superior are glazed with ice and are dangerous. It is a time of silence when the birds are scarce, and deer are not moving. There is little snow this year, and frost runs deep. Thankfully, the lake is open, and sunlight dances across its waves as they move in from the southwest. It is the month of Long Shadows. The snow is tinged

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