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341 days in isolation: How these newlyweds survived the remote northern wilderness

In 1979, Joanne and John Moore packed a year’s worth of food and equipment and set out for mountainous solitude in the Northwest Territories. They spent the summer building a log cabin and exploring the South Nahanni River valley, but the darkness of winter cast a shadow their newly minted relationship had to endure.

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