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Category Archives: Courtenay
C-GCFD, a 49 North Helicopters 2007 Robinson R44 II at the Courtenay Airpark Related Posts:C-GCFDC-GMGGC-GVTGC-FFXH
C-GVTG, a 1977 Piper PA-28-181 at the Courtenay Airpark Related Posts:C-GILPC-GISFC-IFRFC-GCFD
C-GILP,a 1976 Piper PA-28-151at the Courtenay Airpark Related Posts:C-GVTGC-GISFC-IFRFC-GCFD
C-GISF, a 2002 Stoddard Hamilton SH-4 (Glastar) at the Courtenay Airpark Related Posts:C-GVTGC-GILPC-IFRFC-GCFD
C-GCFD, a 49 North Helicopter Training Ltd 2007 Robinson R44 II at the Courtenay Airpark. Related Posts:C-FFXHC-IFRFC-FXFTC-GMGG
C-IFRF, a 1996 Quad City Ultralight Challenger II advanced ultra-light departing from CAH3, the Courtenay Airpark. Related Posts:C-ILVBC-GCFDThe Hub CityCourtenay at night – 5th Street
Field sawmill wharf – Courtenay River In September 2017, Project Watershed and the K’ómoks First Nation reached an agreement with Interfor to purchase and restore the former Field sawmill site on the Courtenay River near the 17th street bridge. Kus-kus-sum … Continue reading
Looking down Ryan Road toward Courtenay and the Comox Glacier Related Posts:A cold morning in CourtenayRyan Road – Comox ValleyComox GlacierCourtenay winter mountains
Mount Washington The Comox Valley is usually snow free – there may be a few days where the white stuff falls in Courtenay and Comox, but usually it stays on the mountains. This allows us to ski in the morning … Continue reading
Courtenay and the Comox Glacier beyond the flooded Farquarson Farm field Related Posts:Farquarson Farm fieldComox GlacierComox GlacierComox Glacier