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I was camping across the road in the CRD campground in Jordan River, and did a bit of exploring at the abandoned building that were the headquarters for the Western Forest Products Jordan River logging operations. The buildings are slowly … Continue reading
A series of video segments I shot at the Jordan River campground. This is a beautiful place to visit…
Narrows Lock – Lock 35 on the Rideau Canal When trying to excavate the canal cut through the watershed divide at Newboro, hard bedrock was encountered. In order oo speed up construction and reduce the amount of excavation at Newboro, … Continue reading
A moment at Port San Juan – I was at from Snuggery Cove, looking toward Thrasher Cove and the southern edge of Pacific Rim National Park. I was at this particular location as I wanted to get a shot … Continue reading
The Jordan River Surf Shack Sometimes all you need is a nice shack on the beach, a quiet spot where you can relax, watch the waves, have some fun and maybe go surfing, right? Not exactly. In Jordan River you … Continue reading
Gulls on the shore of Juan de Fuca Strait on a windy day in Jordan River, British Columbia.
Miss Jordan at the Queesto Community Forest log sort in Jordan River Queesto Community Forest is the company that manages TFL 61 at Jordan River. The Pacheedaht First Nation owns half of TFL. 61
The Surf Shack is an iconic Jordan River structure, and one of the last still standing in Jordan River. The majority of the buildings have been torn down due to concerns that the Jordan River hydro dam will fail during … Continue reading
Located off Highway 14 between Sooke and Jordan River, Muir Creek opens onto Orveas Bay on Juan de Fuca Strait. It’s a great place to watch birds and to search for fossils that are exposed at low tide.
Waves at Jordan River on a foggy coastal day Jordan River is a popular recreation area, located on Highway 14 between Sooke and Port Renfrew. and a time lapse segment…