The pink ribbon of river wound its way between icy banks as it flowed eastward toward the roseate dawn. Starting in a glacial lake a hundred miles back in the mountains, the river would flow more than a thousand miles across the Canadian prairies and through the Precambrian shield until it emptied into Hudson Bay.
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