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Haida Gwaii beachcombers, comb through tsunami debris

Styrofoam, plastic, wood, a rusted out Harley Davidson motorcycle.
They are the weathered remains of a disaster.
While some of the Japanese debris bobbles its way onto BC's coast might be garbage.
Some of what's making landfall on the misty isles,  represents something more.
Daybreak's George Baker captures these reflections in a little town called Tlell on the Eastern coast of Haida Gwaii.

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