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Category Archives: river
Rideau Canal locks 1, 2, and 3 descending to the Ottawa River, and the Alexandra Bridge crossing into Gatineau, Quebec Related Posts:Ottawa River – a winter dayOttawa – Across the riverOttawa River – a winter rest for cruise shipsC-ILRP
The purpose of this structure is a bit of a mystery – it’s along the old Comox Logging Railway grade, and opens onto the Tsolum River upstream of Farnham Road and the old mill site, I’m thinking it was the … Continue reading
Seagulls trying to get the best territory on a concrete piling at the old Lafarge wharf. Related Posts:Seagull of the day – day 5A flock of seagullsThe seagullsSeagulls – Miracle Beach
Gold River log booms – looking up Muchalat Inlet Related Posts:Gold River – Inlet ChallengerGold River – log sortInlet ChallengerFanny Bay
Ice forming on the banks of Black Creek as it flows into Georgia Strait adjacent to Miracle Beach Provincial Park. Related Posts:Black CreekMiracle Beach – Across the straitMiracle Beach – winterMiracle Beach Provincial Park
Cruise ships on land for the winter as the Ottawa River will soon be frozen over Related Posts:Ottawa River – a winter dayOttawa – Métis-Dorkas.KWei Wai Kum cruise ship terminalThe farms of Ontario – silos
A winter day, looking across the Ottawa River from Clarence Island to Thurso, Quebec Related Posts:The barns of OntarioEnglishman River Falls – winterC-ILRPThe farms of Ontario – silos
Looking across the Comox Estuary toward Courtenay and Mount Washington Related Posts:Mack Laing Nature Park – Comox EstuaryComox EstuaryAcross the EstuaryScope Wizard
A foggy gray day on the Englishman River, walking along the estuary trail toward Parksville and Georgia Strait. and some video… Related Posts:Englishman River – Top BridgeTop Bridge suspension bridgeIsland SignsTop Bridge suspension bridge
All that remains of the Field Sawmill site along Dike Road (Comox Road) Related Posts:Courtenay River – Field Sawmill wharfField Sawmill wharf – Black and whiteField Sawmill wharfSmit Field