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Totally Totally AWESOME adventure! I think the volcano & waterfall photos are truely amazing to see. I never knew such land formations existed in our province. Awesome caribou and rapids shots as well.
Bet the plane ride was a blast!



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Wow, fantastic trip! This one has been in the back of mind ever since I was a kid. I was given a Beautiful BC magazinze with one of the cinder cones on the cover, been intrigued ever since.
Very cool you could experience this.
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Great TR - Moses must have looked at the same magazine as I did because Mt. Edziza has been an objective of mine for more years than I can remember. I'm glad to see it is still in good shape.

A friend of mine did it a few years back and they had bears, bears, and more bears. Looks like you missed them.

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Fascinating looking area, thanks for showing and telling about it.

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Fantastic report, I've always had a fascination with that place. My dad was there several years ago and his pictures were incredible. Since that time it has been in the back of my mind to do this trip. Thanks for posting.
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You always go to the neatest places [8D] [^]. That place is wicked, thanks for posting a T/R on it
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Great TR, thats something I've always wanted to do( getting hyderized, that is). Checking out Mt Edziza would be pretty neat, too...

Was gas really 1.29 a litre at bell II this summer? I was through there a few times, and thought it was actually quite reasonable, considering gas in Van was pushing 1.20.
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Eryne, that is one fantastic trip and trip report...a great pleasure to read and wonderful pictures too. Thanks for posting.

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Fantasic report, Ive never heard or read about the area but am amazed it it's as you put it stark beauty! The pic of the dogs booties was cute! Are they Griffons or German wire haired?
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Thanks for all the compliments!

The dogs are griffons. Gas was expensive, but it was costly everywhere in BC this summer.
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I've been wanting to go there ever since my dad told me about this area a couple of years ago! Your report inspires me!

The epitome of coolness![8D]
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Excellent report, great comedy. I didn't know there was landscapes like this in BC. Great eye opener, Eryne.

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Great trip report,cool photos of this area.
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