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Never to be forgotten in Greenwood BC

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Never to be forgotten in Greenwood BC
8.5 km east of Greenwood BC, across from the Phoenix open pit mine that was closed again in 1976, now a ghost town, stands a WW1 monument, a Cenotaph, which is a Greek word for empty tomb, one of the only remaining structures left from what once was a booming mining town that had been incorporated in 1898.

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Mother load of a vintage collection

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Mother load of a vintage collection
One of our favorite spots to look around was an old dairy farm in Abbotsford British Columbia, it was like going back in time. Grandma and Grumpa's; these two characters had been collecting items forever as they managed to overfill multiple large barns and outbuildings with everything you could possibly imagine...

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Leaving the Ratrace in search of treasures.

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Leaving the Ratrace in search of treasures.
So there we were sitting in traffic on our 3 hour drive to get to work, suddenly it dawned on us, it’s time to leave the city now and pursue a different lifestyle. 

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