i first came to bella coola by pure chance around 1972.it was then mostly a dirt road,but upon arivel ,it was like a time machine.the wooden shacks the harbor,but mostly the locals.then most where of norwegian desent ,and they told me the story of the only road connecting them with the rest of b c and canada.the provincial burocrats had told them that a road was imposibel to build but two stubbern men and an old caterpilar dozer did the job.those men where the baker and the blacksmith. bella coola is very well worth a visit,because of this road that could not be built. my last visit was too short,but the fronteersmanspirit lives on.enjoy
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