Hector M'Rai:"This camp is as the old people did it. I'm teaching these young people so that someone here will remember. There are underground tunnels beneath the frost line to store perishables. The forest provides more food than a man could possibly need. Here, everything grows big—real big."
Robert Verne:"Well, I saw a salmon that, uh, took my breath away."
Hector M'Rai:"It is the garden of Eden. I've let no one come here. You are the first to see it."
Maggie Verne:"It's magical."
John Hawks:"We were once a magical people."
Ramona Hawks:"It's true. When I was a child, every rock, every tree had a story. The whole forest was filled with legends."
Maggie Verne:"We heard about one of them."
Maggie Verne:"Uh, katydah, something."
Hector M'Rai:"Katahdin is no legend."
Ramona Hawks:"My grandfather is the oldest person in our tribe. It's his duty to foster these beliefs."
Hector M'Rai:"I have seen him."
Maggie Verne:"And what does he look like?"
Hector M'Rai:"He is part of all things created. And he bears a mark of each of God's creatures."