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[prelude_post_categories] The Fish are Jumping!! Port Alberni in September Salmon are making their way from the ocean through the inlet into the rivers and streams of Northern Vancouver Island. The Somass River is bursting with the red color of the Coho and the silver of the Chinook Salamon. Watching the Tseshaht and Hupačasath First nation harvesting the salmon in the river is a fun sight to see. The Stamp River has the most exciting viewing areas to watch the salmon fight their way up the falls. The Provincial Park is one of the most beautiful campgrounds I have seen! If you are lucky you can...

The roaring waves of the Atlantic rage against the rugged shoreline of Scotland and the lush green mountains stand guard in the highlands to protect the glistening lochs and legends of the mystic moors....

Ahhhh…….. the feeling of hot, sun drenched air hitting your face as you disembark on the tarmac in beautiful Barbados!! If you are not from a cold country,as I am, then you will not understand this feeling we, as Northwestern Ontarians, long for at least 6 months out of the year!...

Macau, on the South China Sea, was once the center of the Portuguese colonial trade routes. Now it is the gambling capital of the world with a unique cuisine that is a complex amalgam of ingredients and techniques the Portuguese collected from Brazil to Malaysia....

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