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WHERE

Earth

...I'll bet you guessed that part already! And if you know any HAM's who aren't from Earth, I'd like to be introduced to your alien friends!

International Amateur Radio Union Region 2 - www.iaru-r2.org

Canada

Canada

Canada Canadian Radio
In Canada the Amateur Radio Service is governed by Industry Canada http://www.ic.gc.ca/...
I was born in Toronto Ontario Canada although I've moved around Ontario, and more recently across Canada to BC

Canadian Time Zones, Geography and other links: http://wwp.greenwichmeantime.com/time-zone/north-america/canada/site-map.htm


British Columbia

British Columbia

British Columbia Canada British Columbia is Canada's most western province, and my newly adopted home.

Provincial Government website: http://www2.gov.bc.ca/

The Gulf Islands - Salt Spring is the largest of the southern Gulf Islands

Information on the Gulf Islands: http://www.gulfislands.ca/

Visitors Information: http://www.gulfislandsguide.com/

2015 Update: still in the Gulf Islands, I'm now living on Vancouver Island near Cowichan Station.

Salt Spring Island

Salt Spring Island

Salt Spring Island is located between the mainland of British Columbia and Vancouver Island, and nestled amongst a cluster of smaller islands.

Salt Spring Island is home to plants and trees not seen elsewhere in Canada, such as the Arbutus tree and the Garry Oak tree, interestingly rare creatures such as the Great Banana Slug; as well as artists, writers, painters, sculptors and a wide assortment of other independant thinkers.

Local Resources: http://www.saltspringisland.org/

Local area maps: http://www.mapofsaltspring.com/

More about Salt Spring

The Fall Fair

The Salt Spring Island Amateur Radio Club had a booth at the Fall Fair this year

The Salt Spring Island Amateur Radio Club booth at the 2012 Salt Spring Fall Fair

The Banana Slug

Wonderful local wildlife includes the very large indigenous slug called the Banana Slug. In this video clip, you can see the slug slowly progressing across the path, when he/she is startled by a dry leaf that gets blown over her/his head, causing a very slow fright response.

Turns out, the slug takes down it's antenna in windy weather! Thanks Slug, that's good advice!


p.s. No slugs were harmed in the filming of this video!





Thanks for visiting... hope to meet you on the air! 73
~ Andrea VA7ALG



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