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Meandering Monday

The Local Diet The new movement is for us to eat food that is grown locally. There are variations on this, such as the hundred mile diet. As seen here this is not a new concept. This is also very … Continue reading

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Waiting for the Fish

Fishing boats in French Creek Harbour, moored for the winter. Later this year these boats will be out on the water catching the salmon that we all enjoy eating.

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I’m Watching

While out for a walk, I sensed that I was being watched. Looked carefully and this little fellow was in the bush looking intently at me. Guess he thought that he was hidden well enough that he would not be … Continue reading

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Totem

A totem found on Newcastle Island near Nanaimo.

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Fishing

A fishing boat seen in Johnstone Strait near Telegraph Cove.

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Going Fishing

A decoration found at a Qualicum Bay restaurant.

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Cast Ashore

Walking along the beach of the Salish Sea, I came across this stump that had been cast ashore by the sea. It is hard to imagine something this large being borne by the waters. Sailors know what this stump can … Continue reading

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Rail

On Vancouver Island we are blessed with many trees, and logging is a major industry. Travelling around the island one sees that the wood from trees is used for many purposes. A split rail fence is one of the more … Continue reading

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Long Beach Surf

Long Beach near Tofino is the home for many surfers. Year round surfing can be found here, together with what are described as among the best conditions in Canada. Today’s picture shows the surf on a quiet winter’s day. As … Continue reading

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Little Qualicum Falls

It may be because I live near to it, but I believe Little Qualicum Falls is one of the prettiest places on Vancouver Island. At the falls there are wonderful hiking trails around the river. Each season brings a different … Continue reading

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