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I Have Wandered On The Plains Of The Musk-Ox, The Home Of The Snowbird And The Caribou.

These were the things I had burned to do.

Was I content? Content!! Is a man ever content with a single sip of joy long-dreamed of?

Four years have gone since then. The wanderlust was not stifled any more than a fire is stifled by giving it air. I have taken into my heart a longing, given shape to an ancient instinct. Have I not found for myself a kingdom and become a part of it? My reason and my heart say, "Go back to see it all." Grant only this, that I gather again the same brave men that manned my frail canoe, and as sure as life and strength continue I shall go.

*** END OF THE ARCTIC PRAIRIES by Ernest Thompson Seton ***

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