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Category Archives: Vancouver Island
Inlet Challenger in Gold River In 1960 she was No. 112, owned by Western Tug & Barge Ltd., Nanaimo BC, and then In 1961 she was owned by Northern Salvage & Towing Co. Ltd., Kitimat BC. In 1962-1967 she was … Continue reading
Strathcona Parkway as viewed from Mt Washington Related Posts:Strathcona ParkwayWinter reflections – Strathcona ParkwayMount Washington – Strathcona ParkwayComox Valley and beyond
Paradise Meadow trailhead at Strathcona Provincial Park Related Posts:Snow in StrathconaStrathcona Provincial Park – Paradise MeadowsStrathcona FlowersStrathcona
Union Bay was first established by the Union Coal Co. as “Union Wharf” in 1887 as a port for the thriving coal mines at Union to the north (now Cumberland). A wharf nearly 200 m long and 18.5 m high … Continue reading
Mt Cain is one of the gems hidden away at the north end of Vancouver Island – many Island residents have never heard of it, which is a shame, as it’s one of four ski areas on Vancouver Island. Well, … Continue reading
Besides being the longest highway on Vancouver Island, Highway 19 passes through some beautiful areas, my favorite being north of Campbell River, between Sayward and Woss, and along Nimpkish Lake. Related Posts:Mt Cain – summerBC Ferries Bear CoveSayward – logging … Continue reading
A Kobelco excavator at the Western Forest Products Englewood Forest Operation in Woss Related Posts:Woss – a logging truckEnglewood RailwayWestern Forest Products engine 113Chemainus – more than murals
A logging truck at Western Forest Products Englewood Forest Operation in Woss Related Posts:Woss –Englewood RailwayWestern Forest Products engine 113The last tree standing
Air Force Beach and CFB Comox as viewed from over Georgia Strait – not you normal view from the beach… Related Posts:Air Force BeachWaves – not your normal viewThe airfieldKye Bay
The view from the lower of the two Malahat lookouts – this one is on the north side of the summit, looking toward Saanich, the Gulf Islands, and the mainland.