The Waugh Family
An historical and photographic perspective

The Barren Lands Expedition, August 26-September 2, 2005

Kiva exploring Gordon's Esker

Searching for caribou on the tundra

Evan's photo of the fox skull

We filled a cup with wild blueberries for fresh blueberry muffins and pancakes.
Anytime you needed a snack, there were usually plenty of fresh blueberries!

We found an old wolf print that had filled with pine needles

Gordon's Esker is a rich archaeological site dating back thousands of years.
While we were having lunch we found many flakes produced during the making of spear and arrow points.

Our French-Canadian guide Sebastian (left) and our Texan friend Cecil ("howdy, eh")

The Barren Lands Expedition
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