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IN THE UPCOMING ISSUE Our range of articles will be broad, but focussed into sections that include Mountain, Surf, Urban, Health & Fitness, Eco, Fashion and Lifestyle. We’ve fleshed out the flavour of each section a little with each of this issue’s inaugural articles.
Over the next couple of issues we will be refining our content to really hone in on the best of the best, and deliver what is the most useful and inspiring to you.

TAKING THE ISLAND BY SAIL!
If ever there were an Island meant to be sailed around, it is this wondrous Vancouver Island.  There are plenty of opportunities to do so for new and experienced sailors – both by race and by cruise, whichever your preference.  Whether you are some seasoned sailor, or you have just landed here from the deepest driest interior parts of the earth, this Island offers a marine environment rich in beauty and excitement.

There are two distinct separate species of otters in British Columbia; river otters (Lutra canadensis) and sea otters (Enhydra lutris).
Contrary to common belief there are no sea otters (Enhydra lutris) on East Vancouver Island.

Ask anyone who lives at Craig Bay in Parksville Estates and they will tell you that not only is the location beautiful there is also a true sense of community spirit that permeates the unique neighbourhood by the sea.

The castle is Craigdarroch Castle and was built by the wealthiest man in Western Canada, Robert Dunsmuir. He was the owner of coal mines, fully one-fifth of Vancouver Island, the Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway, the Albion Iron Works, the Victoria Theatre, the Driard Hotel, etc. and one unfinished castle.  

On the Pacific Marine Circle Route you are dwarfed by the rainforest of magnificent trees that date hundreds of years old; they rival skyscrapers and if they could tell stories, all would listen. We chased waves, we found sea caves and we followed the creek to a sacred waterfall. As our trip navigating the Pacific Marine Circle Route continues from last edition; we ventured on to Sombrio Beach where there is a waterfall to be found.
Ask anyone who lives at Craig Bay in Parksville Estates and they will tell you that not only is the location beautiful there is also a true sense of community spirit that permeates the unique neighbourhood by the sea.  
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