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Chet Frankenfield: Our Canadian Neighbors

Original post made on Sep 8, 2011

We were driving to Prince Rupert, British Columbia, and on Sept. 10 we arrived in Cache Creek, B.C., a forlorn little town in the middle of nowhere.

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