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Gold River Highway
Canada

A quiet spot in central Vancouver Island.    So quiet, in fact, the roads here see little traffic for long periods of time.

Google Maps doesn't even have good satellite coverage of the area.

Perhaps it's the perfect spot to sit alone and bask in the deafening silence...   perhaps it's the perfect spot to hide a body.

You let nature make that decision.

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Tags: nature; gold river; vancouver island; desolate highway
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