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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.
The end of the road – the wharf in Kelsey Bay This is one of the most beautiful spots on Vancouver Island, with amazing views of Johnstone Strait, Hardwicke Island and Helmcken Island, While the area is facing struggles due … Continue reading
If you travel up Highway 19 to Sayward, and then drive down to Kelsey Bay, you can see, and touch a very interesting piece of coastal history. I stopped to explore and touch what was at one time the BC … Continue reading
The heavy equipment repair shop in Kelsey Bay
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It’s in pretty sad shape, but this old White truck is a reminder of logging as it was…
Ossian A in Kelsey Bay Ossian A was built for the Canadian Forest Products operation at Englewood, where she was primarily employed towing log booms. She was later sold to Hodder Tugboat, and refitted with a 335 h.p. GM 12V71 … Continue reading
Miss Quadra in Kelsey Bay
I’m calling this a saw blade boot house as the roof of the house is made out of old saw blades, and it houses boots. I suppose it’s also a tree house…
A Mercury M135 in Sayward – this truck would have been built in Canada, sometime around 1948 – 1950.