This week, a trip to the world-famous Giant Cedar Trail on Vancouver Island's wild west coast
In The Orca‘s BC Moments, we invite readers to share their B.C. moments with us – a place, a person, a landscape, a monument – whatever spoke to them.
Congratulations to this week’s winner, Wes Mussio.
This photo was taken December 2, 2018 along the “Giant Cedar Trail” on the Pacific Rim Highway near Tofino. This is a seldom-visited site, as the trail was unkept and there is no writeup on the web. What the picture shows, contrary to the environmental movement, is that old growth forests have been preserved outside of parks.
Want to be like Wes?
Do you have a B.C. moment? A place, a person, a landscape, a moment – you can define it however you want. The only important distinction is you also want to share with the readers of The Orca.
If you do, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org, with a few details: where and when it was taken, and a sentence or two on why this photo sums up B.C. for you.