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EAGLES

Through out British Columbia you can find Eagles nearly anywhere. Most of our rivers and streams have spawning Salmon during the summer and fall and it is not uncommon to find hundreds of these magnificent birds lining the  shores. These … Continue reading

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Mountain Views

Nearly any area of British Columbia that one travels in, you can find a wonderful view of the areas local mountains. Magnificent scenery is all around us. Take a break and enjoy it! Sometimes what we take for granted is … Continue reading

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Historic Trails

This Province is full of old trails and old roads. The one pictured above was used by the Hudsons Bay Brigate during 1848 and 1849 to haul fur. The trail is actually part of the Tickwalus Trail. The Nlaka’pamux First … Continue reading

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Seal Bay Park – Vancouver Island

Just north of Comox, along the waters edge is a wonderful park to explore. It covers both sides of Bates road heading north and as such offers a variety of trails and terrain. On the west side are looped trails that … Continue reading

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Mount Washington on Vancouver Island

At 517 centimetres, the resort’s mid-mountain base is the deepest of any ski hill in the world, more than twice as much snow as major ski destinations such as Aspen in Colorado or Mammoth in California, Mr. Curtain said (Mount … Continue reading

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