Pat, who is going on 107 years old, says she was surprised that her difficulty breathing was caused by a heart problem, not her lungs.
Harold Goodsky continues with his recollections about Nett Lake. Harold refers to how there used to be ‘runners’ between the neighboring communities to deliver news and messages to each other. Harold mentions how Nett Lake did not used to be called Nett Lake but was referred to by the name Bois Forte ‘strong bat’. Harold mentions a little about the Midewiiwin system and the Wayah system. Harold includes information about how one used to acquire a name in the old tradition of the Anishinabe.
In this episode of Field Notes, Molly Hoffman focuses on the Wood Pewee.