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Watching Orca From The Boat Young Orca And Coastline Young Orca With Mom Helen On The Observing Platform Salal Forest Floor Bench With AView Of Marina Boathouse Without A Roof Ferry Into Sointula Sandy Beach Tidepooling Ocean Side Of Museum Entering Big House Totem In Front Of UMista Centre Riding Past Store Alert Bay Hotel Weathered Halibut Eagle In Front Nimpkish Hotel Rusting Dodge At Telegraph Cove Rhinoceros Aucklet
Young Orca With Mom Best guess is this is I65 with I145
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Young Orca And Coastline Young Orca And Coastline
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Watching Orca From The Boat Watching Orca From The Boat
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Kids With Fin Whale I took a similar photo roughly 10 years earlier. The museum was much emptier then.
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Eagle In Front I really like this composition - I wish I had seen other combinations like this.
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Fin Whale Spine At Eye Level Fin Whale Spine At Eye Level
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Nimpkish Burial Grounds

This is the Nimpkish Burial Grounds - east end looking west.  The closest  pole was build in th 1970's to honor Mungo Martin -
a chief in the Kwakiutl band and a great artist that carved many replicate poles that preserved native history and
helped revive the native culture after dark history of later 1800's, early 1900's.  The pole was carved by Henry Hunt and Tony Hunt -
and was the first pole raised in Alert Bay in 40 years.

-- from a book by Hilary Stewart called "Looking at Totem Poles"

John Harvey Photo > Mid Coast of BC on the Curve of Time > Port McNiell to Hanson Island via Alert Bay > Nimpkish Burial Grounds

Helen Introduces Telegraph Cove Helen Introduces Telegraph Cove
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Kids Under Orca Skeleton Kids Under Orca Skeleton
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Orca And Humpback Skeletons Orca And Humpback Skeletons
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