A BIT OF HISTORY
Many thousands of years ago, the first Americans crossed a land bridge between Siberia and Alaska, entering the New World through an ice free corridor between two large ice sheets that covered Canada at that time. The extreme cold weather made life very hard for these early people, but they plodded wearily along. One of the young hunters in the group, along with his companion, decided to push on ahead further south, hoping to find warmer climes. This particular hunter so detested the cold, that his fellow travelers had dubbed him ”FrioMan”, in jest. Many moons passed as FrioMan and his companion steadily trekked south. It seemed as though they would never find their way out of the deep snow, and the endless mountains of ice. Late one sunny afternoon, the pair crossed over a cedar filled ridge, and stood in awe of the splendor before them.