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Canada has officially sold its soul to China…

So today our absolutely lovely Prime Minister Stephen Harper signed the Candada- China FIPA deal which allows China to sue our governments for any actions we commit that puts their assets here in our own country in danger. Guess what that includes? Northern gateway and LNG projects. So if we try and stop these things and succeed China can now sue us…

How do you feel about that?

I can tell you it pisses me off beyond what I can explain..

http://www.vancouverobserver.com/news/harper-oks-potentially-unconstitutional-china-canada-fipa-deal-coming-force-october-1

Amanita Muscaria
The Fly Agaric Mushroom

Amanita Muscaria

The Fly Agaric Mushroom

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Steve was our car camping machine this summer. 

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Our spot on the side of a logging road which was definitely active… logging trucks went by 15 feet from the tent at 3am.

Our spot on the side of a logging road which was definitely active… logging trucks went by 15 feet from the tent at 3am.

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On the side of the Worlds Largest Douglas Fir Tree
Port Renfrew, British Columbia

On the side of the Worlds Largest Douglas Fir Tree

Port Renfrew, British Columbia

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scribblecat27 asked: Hi there, you took a beautiful photo of an old growth tree somewhere on Vancouver Island, I'm heading there next March and I'd love to know where that was, it's stunning! Thanks

Hey there! First of all thanks so much :). Most of the old growth I visited on the island was around port Renfrew with the exception of the picture looking up the trunk of the tree. That image was taken on the big tree trail on Meares Island by Tofino which you can take the water taxi to get to. The rest of the pictures are around port Renfrew. Canada’s gnarliest tree is in avatar grove, which is super easy to get to and there’s lots of info about it at the info centre in port Renfrew. There is also the red creek fir which is The worlds largest Douglas fir. This is a bit of a trek up a logging road out of port Renfrew but definitely worth it. The San Juan Spruce is also near Port Renfrew and is on the way to the Red creek fir. If I have the sheet that had directions to the old growth I’ll send you a picture of it!:)

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