The access road through the Lillooet River Valley, flanked by In-SHUCK-ch Mountain (whose name means "Split Like a Crutch" in the Ucwalmicwts language) and electrical towers.  Power lines have run the length of the valley for fifty years, but as of yet the In-SHUCK-ch territories remain disconnected from the grid.

 (image by Jonathan Taggart)
The access road through the Lillooet River Valley, flanked by In-SHUCK-ch Mountain (whose name means "Split Like a Crutch" in the Ucwalmicwts language) and electrical towers. Power lines have run the length of the valley for fifty years, but as of yet the In-SHUCK-ch territories remain disconnected from the grid.
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