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Body of missing teacher believed to have been recovered from creek in the Kootenays

The body that is believed to be a missing teacher has been recovered from a creek in the Kootenays.

Alvin Dunic went missing in Crawford Bay on May 29 while scouting a location for his students’ field trip. 76 more words

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Day 8 / July 9, 2017 - Creston, BC to Cranbrook, BC

I don’t really remember much about this day which is a sign that it was neither terribly difficult nor incredibly special. I do remember being glad to leave Creston. 556 more words

British Columbia

Day 7 / July 8, 2017 - Nelson, BC to Creston, BC

I had a night of refuge at the Adventure Hotel. Even though I didn’t get enough hours, sleeping on a proper mattress with pillows makes for a good sleep. 969 more words

British Columbia

Summer Hiking on Cornice Ridge

A hot sunny day of hiking on Cornice Ridge! Bear Grass was in full bloom up and down the slopes, along with patches of Beardtongue and Asters. 21 more words

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Bad Mojo Design on Youtube

I have been taking a little time lately to shoot a some video while printing jobs. A few Facebook Live videos were shot recently, and those got a good reaction, so I have started posting a few to Youtube as well. 74 more words

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The Number One

All About My Creston Guitar!

My “number one” guitar was made by renaissance man Creston Lea; he makes guitars, plays in a number of bands, and has published a collection of short stories called… 420 more words

on heaven's door

When we drove into the Waterton Lakes park, we were listening to Dylan. “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door.” A song kind of melodramatic and full of guns but still somehow poignant. 337 more words