North breeze on Sutton Lake.

Sketches: Jon Berger

Photos: Tom Terry

Sutton Gorge between Sutton and Hawley Lakes, through which the Sutton River flows. 

I incorrectly assumed that this part of the country was very flat and

consisted of tundra and lots of lowland swampy areas. As it turned out, from

the first night to the very end of the trip, we experienced some of the most

beautiful terrain I have ever seen. I now better understand why the Cree

people of the this region love to be “out on the land”. It was medicine for

me just being out there and seeing the beauty of the land and the plentiful wildlife.

                                   Brian Beaton

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