About 30,000 of us live in a town with one 2-lane road out. If there’s a cataclysmic event and the road is compromised, it’s either the ferry or airlift. Some of us ponder that eventuality given The Big One will come. We just don’t know when. We have no community exit strategy except stand in the water.har – life on the edge!
It’s been smoky here for past couple of weeks from all the wildfires burning in BC – particularly one or two on Vancouver Island. Today is finally clear – wonderful to see the mountains and ocean again.
Here are a few more from August (sorry – been consumed with legal situation re home inspector and broken retaining wall – all settled now, we’re happy, but it was an arduous negotiation!)
Strange list of current council’s intentions – I guess they hope we think they’re on top of things, election coming up soon.
and finally, our biggest community night of the year – after doing about 20 of them over the years, I was kinda scraping the bottom of the barrel. Still, I have always thought it odd…