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Katlyn, Kanaka Bay, Fear Knot II, and Ocean Horizon

The fishing boats Katlyn, Kanaka Bay, Fear Knot II, and Ocean Horizon at French Creek

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Pacific Bounty

The fishing boat Pacific Bounty

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Kehewin

The fishing boat Kehewin at French Creek

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The belly of the beast

Moving logs at the Jordan River dryland log sort

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Lasquetti Isle

The fishing boat Lasquetti Isle at French Creek

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The Heron Rookery

A respectful look at a Heron rookery

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Jordan River–a windy day

A windy day is perfect for windsurfing at Jordan River

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French Creek fishboats

A look at the fishing boats and birds at French Creek And more pictures in a gallery view the full size gallery…

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Island Rogue, Princess Colleen and Caligus

Island Rogue, Princess Colleen and Caligus at French Creek

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Big Qualicum Hatchery

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There are a good number of active and closed salmonid hatcheries on Vancouver Island. The closed ones are sad, and the one’s that remain may be threatened by budget cutbacks. On this day I stopped at the Big Qualicum Hatchery … Continue reading

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