Raised by her grandmother, Louisa Choo, Sarah remembers that they hardly ever went to town. Town was visited only at Christmas and Easter. For the rest of the year they lived out on the land in the bush. At that time, families were always out on the land, moving on the mountains. Sarah remembers some years that there was so many berries on the mountains that they were blue with blueberries or red with nakal. In the fall and winter, they travelled the mountains hunting fat caribou.