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... ago this town was part of Heritage Canada's Mainstreet Program and, while working with the Mississippi Valley Textile Museum project in Almonte Ontario, I got to know Wilma Wood who was coordinator for the Chemanius project at that time. What a success story for that program! Another like the Perth Ontario Project that I am also well acquainted with.
We also decided to stop in Ladysmith so we ...
... putting out fires whilst Steph caught up with crystal. Each part of the park was named after a local island and Stuart was excited to see Newcastle Island. You can take the boy out of Newcastle but....... After the park we headed back along the sea wall and Harrison got want seemed to have turned into his daily ice cream fix before heading into the car and going to have a look at what more beaches nanaimo had to offer. We found a lovely secluded beach that had ...
... nor is Jeremy; just a couple of guys trying to have a cool trip and see something different. The bike is a tool I figure. A tool to be used to increase freedom, with the added bonus of increasing appetite. It's a tool which allows us to see places that other travellers don't. Traveling by bike is an affordable and easy way to have a bit of adventure in an age where adventure is being sterilized and sold to the masses.
That about sums up the trip and ...
... and best use", without, no surprise, having to repay any taxes avoided during the time the forest companies held it as Tree Farms or Managed Forests. Does this have a familiar ring to it?
Mac Blo, now taken over by the mining giant Noranda, began by selling a large tract of Managed Forest on Saltspring Island, a neighbouring Gulf Island, to a local real estate company. Then they looked to Galiano, where the spectre of the unplanned development of 7800 acres of land ...
Einen Berg zu besteigen, wenn auch nur einen kleinen und dies ohne Felsvorsprunge, in Begleitung von drei Sportfanatikern war keine so gute Idee.
Fuenf Stunden fuer beide Wege, eigentlich halb so wild.
Ich oute mich hiermit als aktiv, aber nicht sportlich.
Ja, so ist es. Keine Sportlerin.
Der Hike war toll, die Aussicht einmalig (sogar ein glitzerndes, winzigkleines Vancouver war sichtbar) und der Tag einfach toll.