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Category: Historic & Heritage Sites  |  Location: Parksville
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Exterior - St. Anne\'s Church
We often hear the expression "if only these walls could talk" when we explore and photograph the myriad heritage buildings that cross our paths here at Toad Hollow. Many times when we visit a place like this we have a deep and personal experience as we strive to connect with the rich history that the walls hold secret, save for those who are inquisitive and curious. In today's post we are going

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Posted By: Toad Hollow Photography on Oct 3, 2018
Category: Historic & Heritage Sites  |  Location: Parksville
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Susan Watson Grave On your way from Parksville to Qualicum, stop off at the so beautiful St. Anne's Church. My family have visited here for years. Some of the Rath Family are buried here but one that always drew me over was little baby Christina Morrison. I don't know her story but now even my da

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Posted By: Sharyn Sadauskas on Mar 10, 2014
Category: Historic & Heritage Sites  |  Location: Parksville
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If your ancestral line traces back to Parksville-Qualicum with names like Wallis, Lowery, Dunn, Renz or Cheney, you may be connected to the crew who first built the pretty and beloved St. Anne’s Anglican Church in Parksville. Got McKenzie, McKinnon, Harris, Cooper, Kincade or Gaetzen in your family tree? These are the names of some of the men who began the construction of one of Vancouver Island’s

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Posted By: Sharyn Sadauskas on Feb 13, 2012
Category: Historic & Heritage Sites  |  Location: Parksville
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This past week I had the pleasure of hosting a travel writer from the Lonely Planet Travel Guide. He was updating the guide as well as checking out new and different products to share with travelers. As part of his research he spent the night in the Free Spirit Spheres - the very cool spherical tree houses created and built by our very own Tom Chudleigh. The spheres are located on a lovely ac

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Posted By: Luba Plotnikoff on Jun 24, 2008

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