I had mythologized it, I had romanticized it, I had wanted to visit for almost ten years.

In a province filled with remote and rugged places, the Nemiah Valley remains distinct. It is a land of wild horses and grizzly bears, of giant wind-worn turquoise lakes framed by jagged peaks and sprawling golden pasture. But what really sets Nemiah apart is its history: in 1864, at the height of the Cariboo Gold Rush, the Tsilhqot’in First Nation successfully resisted European incursion into their territory. The Nemiah Valley and Chilko Lake would remain off the grid for another 100 years, the people free to continue their traditional ranching lifestyle without interference from government or corporations and without much contact with the outside world. It wasn’t until the mid 1970s that road access was built, and the Xeni Gwet’in once again fought hard for their land — this time to protect it for everyone by designating it as a provincial park.

It’s beautiful, evocative country. And darned if we weren’t excited to see it for ourselves with our buds Adam and Adriana Sinke.

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soo i re-watched gravity falls episode “not what he seems” and i noticed this:

now the “author” said that i was “DECEIVED” and it is too late.

now deceived by whom??

there is only one person who is cunning and we all know it

that dorito that very very cunning dorito^

so my theory is this

the author was working with bill thinking that he was a good guy and remember the blood on bill cipher’s page?


im preetty sure thats when he realized that he was not much of a good dorito