Category Archives: Gulf Islands

Skeena Queen and Quinitsa

Skeena Queen and Quinitsa at the BC Ferries terminal in Fulford Harbour Related Posts:Skeena QueenSkeena QueenFun with photos – Skeena QueenBC Ferries – Skeena Queen

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A window into my life

A shuttered window on a barn near Burgoyne Bay – Salt Spring Island Related Posts:Salt Spring – Vesuvius BayThe way it was – Burgoyne BayThe way it was – Burgoyne BaySea buzzards

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Mr Crow

Mr Crow – Burgoyne Bay, Saltspring Island Related Posts:Eagle and crowA crow on the beach – photo truthsThe inquisitive Mr. Crow…The way it was – Burgoyne Bay

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The way it was – Burgoyne Bay

This barrel-roof shed was built (between 1900 and 1910) by Richard Maxwell on his farm near Burgoyne Bay. The shed was built for storage of larger farm equipment and has two, large access doors on the roadside of the building. … Continue reading

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The way it was – Burgoyne Bay

Built by Richard Maxwell on his farm in 1901, this root cellar is one of the historic farm buildings in Burgoyne Bay Provincial Park. Related Posts:The way it was – Burgoyne BayThe Root CellarComox Bay FarmBeacon Hill Park Childrens Farm … Continue reading

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From the top – Mt Maxwell

The view from Mt Maxwell Provincial Park It was a cloudy day when I visited Mt Maxwell Provincial Park, the sort of day that is usually, but not always, good for shooting time-lapse video. This was one of those not … Continue reading

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St Paul’s Roman Catholic Church

St Paul’s Roman Catholic Church, Fulford Harbour, Saltspring Salt Spring Island’s oldest church was founded in 1878 by Father Donckele, the first Roman Catholic missionary to the Gulf islands. Erected between 1880 and 1885 by members of the community, the … Continue reading

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MV Quinitsa

MV Quinitsa at the BC Ferries terminal in Fulford Harbour, Saltspring Related Posts:MV QuinitsaBuckley Bay – MV QuinitsaBC Ferries – Buckley BayBC Ferries – Buckley Bay

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MV Quinitsa

MV Quinitsa at the BC Ferries terminal in Fulford Harbour, Saltspring Related Posts:MV QuinitsaBuckley Bay – MV QuinitsaBC Ferries – Buckley BayBC Ferries – Buckley Bay

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Seahorse – ex Candoto (YTB 377)

Seahorse in Ganges Harbour Candoto (YTB-377) served in a noncommissioned status in the 14th Naval District, the Mariana Islands, and the Marshall Islands during World War II. Built: 1944 Builder: Gulfport Machine And Welding, Port Arthur, Tx Gross Tonnage: 174.49 … Continue reading

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