Category Archives: Community
Walking around the Nanaimo Harbour is a pleasant way to spend an autumn afternoon. The music of the buskers is delightful company. This gentlemen was very accomplished on his instrument.
A foggy January day at French Creek Harbour. The fishing season is over and all of the boats tied up until next spring..
I had the opportunity to attend a night photography course put on by a local photographer. I learned new techniques and came away with photos I would have only dreamed off taking previously. This is a picture of Kendra doing … Continue reading
I spent time with the lepers in Tenalli, India, distributing food and praying for them. This was life changing experience for me, especially since I was born and brought up in Canada. We do not know the extent of our … Continue reading
http://i267.photobucket.com/albums/ii287/fishvi/SkeenaQueen_zps66402a7d.jpg Love them, or hate them, life on Vancouver Island depends upon a good and efficient ferry system. Here is the Skeena Queen, travelling from Fulford Harbour on Salt Spring Island to Swartz Bay at Victoria.
It is difficult to pass by the fresh produce in the Salt Spring Island Farmers Market. These carrots cry out to the passerby, begging to be taken home to enjoy.Then when you draw near, the leaks and beets draw you … Continue reading
Throughout the summer many communities hold markets, where locally produced produce and art are sold. These markets are a highlight for tourist and local alike. The market at Salt Spring Island displays some of the nicest produce and artwork available … Continue reading
http://i267.photobucket.com/albums/ii287/fishvi/5EyeBrows_zps54536528.jpg The breezes from the ocean create a perfect environment for flying a kite. At the kite flying field in Parksville Community Park you will often see an astounding variety of kites being flown.
What a glorious summer. Posts have been sparse while we were out enjoying the sunshine and beauty of Vancouver Island. Today’s post is taken at Rathtrevor Park near Parksville. Fun on the beach while the tide is rising.