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- 33Canada, Northwest Territories, Yellowknife
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We watched this beaver swim all the way to the north side of the lake to a stand of rushes.We were able to come close enough to see that it was eating on a poplar branch rather than the rushes. We could clearly see the beaver using its paws to hold the branch and also to push leaves and bark...
This market operates all winter at sub-zero temperatures, so the food products stay frozen.
A paved bicycle path tracks alongside the highway over the nearly 100 km stretch between Rovaniemi and Tornio at the top of the Gulf of Bothnia. Wooden bus shelters were dotted along the highway, each painted the standard red seen on many Swedish and Finnish farm buildings. Both the bus...
This sculpture to sled dogs stands at the entrance to the British Antarctic Survey facility at High Cross, Madingly Road, Cambridge, UK. The inscription on the plaque reads: \"The British Antarctic Survey Sledge Dog Monument. Admirals, Amazons, Beatles, Churchmen, Citizens, Counties,...
Yellowknife has three public transit routes through the city. Bus shelters in the Niven Lake neighborhood are new and integrated into the landscape. Building on Yellowknife's shield rock terrain requires that the rock either be blasted away or incorporated into the building plan. In this...