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Even the darkest clouds eventually have to break and let the sunshine in.
The season was depressingly cold and rainy, the worst end of August in B.C. I can remember. Bralorne is a very tiny hamlet (population 56, if I remember well) that saw better days when one of the biggest gold mines in this province operated here. Some still hope to strike it rich or at least make others believe they can...
This area north of Pemberton is where the wilderness begins. The dark shape is the edge of Cadwallader Range, separating Bralorne from Hurley River valley; clouds are parting and unveiling Mt. Sloan (2,734 m).
Beyond is the rough sea of Coast Mountains all the way to Alaska.

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