An Indigenous Hello from Vancouver Island, BC, Canada

The Indigenous Natives of the West Coast of Vancouver Island gather to welcome the tourists that visited from a Cruise Ship.
The nations of the Tseshaht, Hupacasath, Uchucklesaht, and Tlaoquiaht gather at the Port Alberni Harbour Quay.

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Sunny Sunday @ Victoria Quay,Port Alberni,BC.

The sun was out in full force last Sunday, but a chilly wind was blowing in over the mountains making it a bit difficult to stay warm at the waters edge.  I was able to get a few pictures and one of my favorite’s is of an  Eagle that over see’s this part of the water. With the cold wind and no Black Bears frolicking on the other side of the channel, people were out in force but none staying  long.

Enjoy!

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The Mill Smoking Away

 

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A busy fairway but no bears on the beach to entertain the folk

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As fishermen speed by
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A family of ducks pay no heed to boats or the ever watching eye….
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To the Watcher of the inlet who sits high in the tree’s on the other side.

 

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A Canadian Pooper floats by…. 
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To end a perfect day, a snow covered Mt. Arrowsmith, a rare sight since not a flake of snow was on it last year!