Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Looking for TRAVELSAPIEN. Did he fall off?

Jetboating the Fraser River near Lillooet Posted by Picasa

Lillooet Main Street Circa early 1900's Photo Artie Phair Posted by Picasa


Photo - Artie Phair, Casper's Son. Posted by Picasa


Mile 0 on the great Gold Rush Posted by Picasa


World Class Ice Climbing Gift & Theft field Posted by Picasa

Lillooet and the mighty Fraser River Posted by Picasa

SEATON LAKE - South of Lillooet

Awesome Scenery (Photo George Bell) Posted by Picasa

First Nations Feast - Fresh Salmon BBQ Posted by Picasa

Cayoosh First Nations Greeting Song Posted by Picasa

Drying of Cedar Bark - Baskets and Clothes Posted by Picasa

Thursday, February 02, 2006

St'at'imc Territory - Land of Promise

St'át'imc Territory

The St'át'imc way of life is inseparably connected to the land. Our people use different locations throughout our territory of rivers, mountains and lakes, planning our trips with the best times to hunt and fish, harvest food and gather medicines. The lessons of living on the land are a large part of the inheritance passed on from St'át'imc elders to our children. The Upper St'át'imc Language, Culture and Education Society (USLCES), Lillooet BC As a registered charitable organization, USLCES has worked since 1991 on behalf of its First Nations communities and band councils to enhance and maintain St'át’imcets (St'át’imc language) and other cultural knowledge through education

Wednesday, February 01, 2006