Amy LeVasseur

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10 Beautiful Photos – Broughton Archipelago

I was lucky to have an opportunity to spend ten days sailing around the Broughton Archipelago. The photo’s below tell the story of the ever changing area. What was once a thriving area, home to First Nations and European settlers alike is now very sparsely populated, and nature is taking back the previously inhabited islands.

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The last few pieces of the Long House on Village Island as of August 2010. There is an excellent book written by a non-First Nations nurse who worked on the island in 1930 called Totem Poles and Tea which lets you envision what life must have been like on the island. It’s worth a read.

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Once upon a time this dock on Village Island was used by many to come and go Continue reading

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Vancouver Canada: Where to have a Mouthgasam

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Vancouver British Columbia is such a vibrant Canadian city to visit, on approach to the airport you can’t help but notice how the North Shore mountains seem to cup the modern city in its palm. The way the glass high-rises are tiltering over False Creek, but never actually fall in are almost surreal.

Vancouver is the city I call home, and it has a ridiculous amount of places to eat and drink. The choice of establishments is staggering, and the fact that most of us have been to a good chunk of them is impressive. Each Vancouverite has a list of their favorite establishments, where we love to spend our hard-earned cash savoring some of the finest dishes, and glasses of vino the city has to offer. Continue reading

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