This is the view of Sachs Harbour. The population is only about 80 people and getting smaller.
Amazing. Thanks for displaying. :)
Thank you William!! I hope you enjoyed my gallery! Take care // Tim
What a wild place for people to live...
Hey roomx! You got that part right! Most of the communities in the arctic were taken from Quebec and the east coast way back to populate the islands as part of the soviergnty of Canada. They were literally dumped off in these places to fend for themselves. Some survived and many didn't. They were told in most cases it was temporary. Sad but the Inuit are the strongest willed people I know. Tim
46,040 views !!!!! Amazing. A testament to the depth, breadth and scope of your work. Koodoos!
I see you were Bubbabrador in a former life. Please tell the etymology of said Bubbabrador. I love it.
Okay here goes. Way back in 78 I was on a 1 year course in Cornwall Ontario at the Transport Canada Training Institute. During that time I consumed copious quantities of a beer called Brador which was made in Quebec. My last name was modified and I was called Bubba so the two eventually mated and that stuck for a good number of years. I do so miss that beer!
Just don't get too "Brador'd"!!!
Too Brador'd!!! Too funny. Hehehehehe, Hahahaha, You are going to kill me dead, Heheeeee, Okat, time to move on to more shenanigans.
Hey you still didn't tell me what page you're on....
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Photo taken in Sachs Harbour, NT, Canada
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