Caroll Simpson writes and illustrates her books celebrating the legends and art of the Canadian Northwest Coast. She runs a fishing lodge with her husband, on Babine Lake in the northern interior of British Columbia. Her closest neighbours, 15 km away, are the Tatchet People. There are no roads to their lodge. The only access is 35 km by boat in the summer or snowshoes in the winter. When all the fishermen go home, and the winter cold turns the lake into thick ice with a deep blanket of snow covering her world, Caroll pours all her energy and time into what she loves best….The isolation of the Canadian wilderness and the exceptional art and history of The First People of North America.