Following up on yesterdays post on Dorreen I though I would add an informative article on the history of Dorreen. Approximately 30 miles northeast of Terrace, across the Skeena River from Highway 16, is the historic community of Dorreen. There, running along the railway track from the old station to the railway bridge over Fiddler Creek, are the remains … Read More
The once early 1900’s ghost town of Dorreen was home to 200-400 gold miners. Our visit to this charming little town will be by Jet Boat as it is only accessible by Jet Boat or via rail. it is possible to have via rail drop you off at the town and then when you want to get picked up in … Read More
Here are a few shots of the the participants as they look or that perfect shot. As a non photographer I am always amazed at how long the participants take to set up that one shot sometime.
One of the interesting things we saw on a pre-scouting trip to Port Essington was a “Boneyard”. Hundreds of animal bones, mostly skulls and jawbones lying in amongst the pilings at low tide. We did not see them on our trip last year as the tides were not at their lowest while we were there. This year it looks like … Read More
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