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Emily Carr: Cha-atl, Field with Pole,1912

From the collection of Royal BC Museum

ALTERNATE TITLE: Cha-atl, Field with Poles
PERIOD / STYLE: Early Totems (1911-1913)

Fishing the River of Time - Tony Taylor

This is a wonderful meandering memoir of fly fishing, salmon, the importance of wilderness, environmental follies and meeting a grandson for the first time. 80 yr old Taylor flies to Vancouver Island in British Colombia from Sydney to meet his grandson to introduce him to his passion of fly fishing. 138 more words

Nth American Challenge

Rugged rocks at West Point

According to an ABC new story, ‘the Aboriginal Land Council of Tasmania said West Point or nungu included a hut depression excavated in the 1970s. 268 more words


working on a horse ranch

Before I made my way up into the mountains I wanted to experience a different side of Canadian life. I was informed about workaway.info on a surf trip in Spain in 2016 from a fellow workaway who was looking after the hostel there. 366 more words

Work And Travel

Eco-Tourism: British Columbia Style

The Canadian province’s tag line is “Beautiful British Columbia” (it’s even on their number plates!) and it’s not very hard to see why…

A bit late with this one – but I only just started this blog and I really wanted to write about our experience. 1,806 more words


Welcome to Vancouver!

Just over three weeks ago I touched down in Vancouver International Airport, several hours later than planned (thanks delays!), visa invitation letter in hand, ready to begin my Canadian life. 577 more words


Van City -Vancouver

Those in the know sit on the right hand side of the bus Whistler to Vancouver.
Our little school bus rocked steadily, its winter tyres handing the corners of the Sea to Sky highway southwards. 1,485 more words