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Photo of Church of the Good Shepherd

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Church of the Good Shepherd
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The Church of the Good Shepherd built in 1935 to the glory of God as a memorial to the pioneers of the Mackenzie Country. Congregations of the three main faiths worship regularly in the Church, which offers awe inspiring views of the lake and mountains through the altar window. The capture of Scotsman, James McKenzie in 1855, for being ???in the company of a thousand stolen sheep??? as he rustled them with his dog Friday, through a remote alpine pass into ???a plain of immense extent??? resulted in his deeds being immortalized and his name, albeit with a spelling change, applied to these highlands ever since.
Image uploaded:
Jul 24, 2009
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