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post #16 of (permalink) Old 08-11-2008, 10:21 AM Thread Starter
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Fantastic!! I haven't been there since a camping trip at age 19. Ruckle park had a zillion tents then, too.
So when was that, like...2 years ago?
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Fantastic!! I haven't been there since a camping trip at age 19. Ruckle park had a zillion tents then, too.
So when was that, like...2 years ago?
Gee... I think I hear a loud sucking noise
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Heh - I was on Saltspring on Sunday the 3rd for a family reunion (which is why the cops were all pre-occupied for the weekend [])

I heard the food market was great!
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Fantastic!! I haven't been there since a camping trip at age 19. Ruckle park had a zillion tents then, too.
So when was that, like...2 years ago?
Well, we spent the whole weekend listening to Van Halen's NEW album, 1984
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Moses, that is one packed TR, lots of goodies for soul and mind. Never been there, but you sure enlightened and informed me of what is going on there. Will have to visit this place sometime.

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Nice TR, Moses. Lots of colour to be found on that hippy-populated island. That looks like the best farmer's market ever.
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Hey Mo - Di & I really enjoyed the report. It's not the back country, but this looked like some great close-to-home family adventure time.
Those fruit pictures had my mouth watering!
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Nice one - I like the fisheye pic of the tomato, and the Salt Spring mushrooms are my friend Adam's mushroom and sprout farm. Tasty!
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Hi,

The pic of the front of the ferry is super! Really nice colors and framing.. It would be a great picture to enlarge

Rest of the story is fun as well

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Thanks for the kind comments, Always fun when an less than recent TR comes back to life. (Re-reading this makes me want to go back.)

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Thanks Bas, I did. (It's in the kitchen with a few other from this trip. The will get replaced after next years adventure.)
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