BURLINGTON — The first time Bjorn Stickle saw the Northern Lights, he had just exited an outhouse in the middle of a field in Alberta, Canada.

“This is hilarious,” he said, noting his own humble location as he thought of people who traveled to Iceland to see the colorful Aurora Borealis.

— Reporter Benjamin Leung: bleung@skagitpublishing.com, 360-416-2156, Twitter: @goskagit

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SkagitReader1958

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I remember this beautiful boy from church, his family was always always so polite. He's the type of child that you know is going to go far in life. Congratulations Bjorn!

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