Posted by Hatka Hatnaa Posted on 10:45:00 AM
The quiet is what strikes people here most on Haida Gwaii. On this 180-mile-long archipelago
off the coast of British Columbia, labyrinthine coves snuggle up to dense forests with towering cedars. Beneath the ground, scientists have found evidence of human habitation stretching back 12,000 years.
We brought students—minus laptops and cell phones—to the forest,” says Guujaaw, a Haida leader. “They could carry a pencil and tablet for sketching. A couple hours later, one student said the sound of the pencil scratching on the pad was too loud. Read more: http://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/best-trips-2015/