Samuel and Margaret have lived off the land for most of their lives. In winter they fish and trap. Samuel makes a crooked knife from an old file with nothing more then a stove, wood and the knowledge of his ancestors. Margaret is busy making a travelling bag out of the fur Samuel has brought home from the trap line. Both have shared a challenging life that showcases the strong work ethic of the Dab Iyiyuu. As they sit together in their cabin, Samuel weaves a new pair of snowshoes and Margaret prepares... [see more] the rawhide as they share a story of the importance of customs when it comes to respecting the ways of the land.