Monthly Archives: January 2011

Last day of hunting season – desperate for winter meat

1979 – 1982 Burns lake. I had some moosemeat in my freezer, but it was going to be a long winter. I would like to secure another 1/2 a moose, to make it comfortable. A winter without moose meat, is … Continue reading

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Seafood Choice Alliances’ Seafood Summit, opening today in Vancouver.

Salmon farmers talk sustainable seafood with experts CAMPBELL RIVER – A contingent of BC salmon farmers is visiting the Lower Mainland to talk sustainable seafood with colleagues and experts from around the world. The BC Salmon Farmers Association, along with … Continue reading

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Salmon Farmers’ unprecedented data release shows good health on BC farms

Salmon Farmers’ unprecedented data release shows good health on BC farms For Immediate Release Jan. 24, 2011Salmon Farmers’ unprecedented data release shows good health on BC farms  Reams of data released to the Cohen Inquiry on the Fraser River Sockeye … Continue reading

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ExpOasis

ExpoOasis was Sunshine Coast participation in Expo’86, the six months world exposition with over 23. mill. visitors. Here I am with my close friend Arthur McGinnis, a gentleman extraordinaire. He built among other things, the Gibsons Marina, exclusive housing, the … Continue reading

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Backyard farming

I  always had one or more incubators on the kitchen counter, for eggs of various size and species. On the kitchen counter because the need a lot of detail attention. You are replacing nature, and must be like the mother … Continue reading

Posted in Family, Farming, Nature, Short stories

A day fishing up Sunshine Coast

Sunshine Coast is just that: Sunshine Coast, fishing and outdoor paradise of B.C.

Posted in Misc, Moments, Nature, Sports

The first fish farms on the Sunshine Coast.

The first fish farm in Canada was established up Sechelt inlet, for several reason. I will here document this beginning that became a new Canadian Gold rush. It will take me some time, and I welcome input and pictures, because … Continue reading

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