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COLD PLACE FOR A WALK
Bil Gilbert
February 12, 1979
The northernmost national park in North America is on Baffin Island, where adventurers find muskeg, sheer rock towers, moraines, glaciers—and bone-chilling wind and water
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February 12, 1979

Cold Place For A Walk

The northernmost national park in North America is on Baffin Island, where adventurers find muskeg, sheer rock towers, moraines, glaciers—and bone-chilling wind and water

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It is the fact and sense of having been temporarily unlinked that is most regretfully abandoned when one returns to Pangnirtung and, inescapably, reassumes one's allotted position in the chain of civilization. That is, as the man says, the tradeoff.

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