Our Wilderness Homestead Revisited

A MOTHER contributor writes about her and her daughter's experiences when they revisit their wilderness homestead in British Columbia.



Our wilderness homestead revisited. The Ningunsaw homestead, summer 2002.
Our wilderness homestead revisited. The Ningunsaw homestead, summer 2002.
PHOTO: FROM THE COLLECTION OF NATALIA AND DEANNA KAWATSKI
Summer 2002: Natalia and Deanna, daughter and mother, revisit their former wilderness home.
Summer 2002: Natalia and Deanna, daughter and mother, revisit their former wilderness home.
FROM THE COLLECTION OF NATALIA AND DEANNA KAWATSKI
Natalie pauses at the old stump playhouse, now overgrown but still standing.
Natalie pauses at the old stump playhouse, now overgrown but still standing.
FROM THE COLLECTION OF NATALIA AND DEANNA KAWATSKI
Natalie pauses at the old stump playhouse, now overgrown but still standing.
Natalie pauses at the old stump playhouse, now overgrown but still standing.
FROM THE COLLECTION OF NATALIA AND DEANNA KAWATSKI











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