Fall Photo Walk Along The Sooke Harbour Boardwalk

As I watched the sun rising over the back fence and into my home office, I was reminded why I love this season so much.  The crisp, cool air, a bright blue sky, and the golden hue of the morning sun on the colourful autumn leaves prompted me to bundle up and shoot a fewContinue reading “Fall Photo Walk Along The Sooke Harbour Boardwalk”

Sooke Philharmonic Orchestra Fling Concert July 19th

Some people would think that a tiny town like Sooke – with a population of around 10,000 – wouldn’t have much of an arts and culture scene. Those people would be very, very wrong! Since moving to Sooke four years ago, I’ve come to appreciate and take pride in our thriving arts community – fromContinue reading “Sooke Philharmonic Orchestra Fling Concert July 19th”

Running, Jogging, and Walking in Sooke

I’d been meaning to write about this for a while, but my post about Fresh Fitness last week attracted a comment from reader Jenna K about good places to run in Sooke, and approximate distances. I’m back in training. I’ve been an avid runner for the past couple years, coming from a point where IContinue reading “Running, Jogging, and Walking in Sooke”

BC Government Funds Sooke Spirit Square at Ed MacGregor Park

As I was driving home from Victoria this afternoon I passed by Ed MacGregor Park as I usually do, and noticed another large BC Government “we done spent some money here, looky!” sign. I thought at first it was the sign announcing their funding of the waterfront boardwalk from earlier this year, but as IContinue reading “BC Government Funds Sooke Spirit Square at Ed MacGregor Park”