We've always passed by the sign on the highway, but only this time decided to stop off. The surrounding little town is cute, and the site itself is interesting, if perhaps a bit over-restored. There's a very hokey video presentation about a young man with a magical beaver hat, which tends to gloss over some of the excesses of history and the marginalization of first nations peoples. But there was also a really good exhibition in one of the houses about first nations' struggles for rights on the Fraser River. A relaxing and surprisingly informative visit on a sunny day in March
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