Thunderbird Park

Thursday – Victoria, Sept 29, 2011 – I live in Coast Salish territory.  The west-side is home to the nation of the Nuu-Chah-Nulth, and further north… on the north-eastern end of Vancouver Island live the Kwakwaka’wakw [pronouced kwakwa-ki-wak, “those who speak Kwakala”].

Seems that predicted sweet moisture keeps morphing into beautiful sunny days with hopping squirrels and feisty seagulls most of the time…

Couple random pics of Thunderbird Park, next to the Royal BC Museum (for which I plan to take a full day soon):

Indigenous and European mix in Thunderbird Park

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