Tag Archives: Nanoose

Memories of Moorecroft

Low tide at Moorecroft Regional Park – looking toward Gerald Island from the lagoon

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At the beach

At the beach – Wall Beach at low tide

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Vanishing Vancouver Island

Vanishing Vancouver Island – a picnic shelter

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Snow on the field – Nanoose Bay

Snow on the field I drive up and down Island on a regular basis and have come to think of the drive in terms of landmarks rather than kilometers. I find that it helps break up the monotony somewhat and … Continue reading

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The giant snow detector

The creepiest snow detector on Vancouver Island – Highway 19 between Parksville and Nanoose.

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Wall Beach

Sand stone formations at Wall Beach – Nanoose

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Wall Beach

Wall Beach on a fall day Wall Beach has always been one of my go-to places when I need to get away from the day to day toils and troubles that seem to mount up. It’s a peaceful area full … Continue reading

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Wall Beach

The sandstone shelves at Wall Beach

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Wall Beach

Low tide at Wall Beach

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Nanoose – the bricks on the beach

I like to know what the history of things that I’m looking at so I did some research into the Clayburn, and Kilgard bricks that are scattered on the shore of Nanoose Bay at the site where the Red Gap … Continue reading

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