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"Trail Signs" Along the PNT: The River that Flows the Wrong Way

Explorer and fur trader David Thompson sat on the hard rock face cliff gazing down one more time into the turbulent river below. Something was wrong. All his calculations showed that the Columbia River must be near here, but the river he had been follow…
Explorer and fur trader David Thompson sat on the hard rock face cliff gazing down one more time into the turbulent river below.  Something was wrong.  All his calculations showed … http://pnt.org/blog/trail-signs-along-pnt-river-flows-wrong-way/