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Sundew
Giant man-eating extraterrestrials? No, but you got the carnivorous part right. Tiny, insect chomping Sundew inhabit swamps and bogs, attracting bugs and keeping them interested with sticky secretions. Not only well-adapted to dissolving gnats, indigenous peoples of the coast put sundew to work dissolving corns and warts much like a product from Dr. Scholls. While Europeans considered the sundew to be a potent potion when fishing for romance, the Haida summoned its powers to reel in the really, big ones.
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07
Feb
2007
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Buntzen Lake: Miscellaneous E-mail
(8 - user rating)
Written by Brian Grover   
Access: Click for details on Getting to Buntzen Lake.
Level: Difficult
Distance: n/a
Time: n/a
Elevation Change: n/a
Season: April - Nov
Map: 92 G/7
Multiple-Use: Open to Mountain Bikes, Horses and Hikers

Three short, steep trails called Bear Claw, Saddle Ridge, and Horseshoe Trails provide challenging riding for horse and bike riders alike and a shortcut to the Diez Vistas trail for hikers.

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