Photographer's Note

July 30, 2005
The lake Harrison is long of more than 60 km. Its maximum depth is 270 m. It is known because of hot sources being with its southern extremity. A thermal center is installed in the town of Harrison Hot Springs. These sources discovered by chance by 3 pioneers of the gold rush of 1858, were known by the Indians well before this.

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Additional Photos by Jacques Kuenlin (jiherka) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 784 W: 125 N: 767] (4552)
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