The compelling Inukshuk as photographed in Nunavut by George Lessard.

The compelling Inukshuk as photographed in Nunavut by George Lessard. A stone landmark or cairn used by the Inuit as a landmark.

The traditional meaning of the inukshuk is "Someone was here" or "You are on the right path." Saving the Tiger: India Journal: Entry 13 - Indian Inukshuk

All along the highways and roads throughout Canada. The traditional meaning of the inukshuk is "Someone was here" or "You are on the right path." Saving the Tiger: India Journal: Entry 13 - Indian Inukshuk

Inukshuk ~ love making these as I take a break from fishing along the river or on a hike. ;)

Canada Inukshuk centerpiece from river rocks -a perfect Canada Day decoration or gargen decoration via Style at Home

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Stone Sculpture

Carl Peverall, an ambitious rock and stone sculpture artist, spent thousands hours to create some unique and unusual stone sculptures.

I have always built one of these at every place I have lived. I'm looking for the right rocks to build one in my new yard this year.

I have always built one of these at every place I have lived. I'm looking for the right rocks to build one in my new yard this year.

inukshuk at Athabasca Falls II near Jasper, Alberta, Canada summer 2010 by AZBump, via Flickr

inukshuk at Athabasca Falls II near Jasper, Alberta, Canada summer 2010 by AZBump

Scientists have found that Native American populations -- from Canada to the southern tip of Chile -- arose from at least three migrations, with the majority descended entirely from a single group of First American migrants that crossed over through Beringia, a land bridge between Asia and America that existed during the ice ages, more than 15,000 years ago.

Native American populations descend from three key migrations, scientists say

Native American populations descend from three key migrations, scientists say -- ScienceDaily

Red Bay Inukshuk Labrador

With the proper rocks, an Inukshuk can be made like this one which adorns the shores of Red Bay located along the Labrador Coastal Drive in Southern Labrador, Canada.

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