An icebergs reaches up and out of the water in Shakes Lake in the Stikine River in the Stikine-LeConte Wilderness Area. (Vivian Faith Prescott | For the Capital City Weekly)

An icebergs reaches up and out of the water in Shakes Lake in the Stikine River in the Stikine-LeConte Wilderness Area. (Vivian Faith Prescott | For the Capital City Weekly)

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