Smash, the section mutt, that John L picked up at Kasabonika and took home after camp. His native-Canadian owner gave him the name as he was constantly stepping on him. 

 

 

Photo: John Lehrman

Winter teepee covered with birch bark and moss. Located on the Asheweig River near Kingfisher Lake village, it appeared to be living quarters for native hunters.

 

Photo: John Lehrman

Lower Winisk River bluffs about 40 miles upstream of Peawanuck.

 

Photo: John Lehrman

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