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With a large group of close girlfriends, I’ve organized and attended my fair share of ladies weekend trips—everything from bachelorette parties, to birthday trips, summer getaways, and ski holidays. Now that my best friends are scattered around the world, these...

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For the New Year, 1981 by Denise Levertov I have a small grain of hope– one small crystal that gleams clear colors out of transparency. I need more. I break off a fragment to send you. Please take this grain...

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If you follow our blogs, you may remember that in December of 2017 I wrote one called “It’s No Ferry Tale” about the reestablishment of the much needed ferry route from Port Hardy to Bella Coola. This very important water...

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I love to travel, and working in the industry has offered me an array of wonderful experiences and memories. The more places I visit, people and cultures I encounter, the more I find myself curious about my own country, the...

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Not only does Vancouver Island play host to our province’s capital but also to one of the world’s most diverse ecosystems. There are rainforests, marshes and meadows, mountains, rivers and beautiful beaches. The diversity of this ecosystem creates habitats for...

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In 2018 the much needed ferry route from Port Hardy to Bella Coola will be re-established. This very important water route provides travellers with access to not only spectacular scenery, but an alternate route for goods and a circular route...

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What becomes the mighty Fraser River in BC’s interior began as a mere trickle coming up out of the ground high in the Rocky Mountains. The closest road is 50 km away and there is no trail to the site,...

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A new attraction will be featured on our Calgary Stampede tour this year. We will be visiting the Northern Lights Wolf Centre. If you are like me, your knowledge about wolves came from books or movies and did not give...

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Dark, dank vacant buildings, mysterious swinging doors, howling winds, foggy nights and musical scores that crept into your soul are what come to my mind when I think of ghost towns. I think my impression of ghost towns as a...

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The Fraser River is the longest river in British Columbia, the fifth largest in Canada and has been designated as a Canadian Heritage River because of its importance to the development of BC. The Fraser River played an important role...

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