Chambre avec vue #11 Vancouver Island - British Columbia - Canada Dream catcher : Tom Powell How did you arrive here ? I was on Vancouver Island, in Britsish Columbia, Canada. Working on in a place called Medicine farm down a logging road near Tofino towards the start of Spring 2011. In the picture it’s just me, this is where I slept. What did you bring with you ? I took my single fin egg, my contax T2 and Rolleiflex TLR, coffee pot, and a good set of thermals. You always need thermals. Next place you will get lost ? I’m in Australia at the moment so plan on spending a bit more time exploring Tasmania before I leave in April. I’m heading back to Vancouver so thinking of some small trips, The West Coast Trail, maybe ride a bike from Vancouver down the West Coast. I’m dying to get down to Central and South America too, I think this will be my next big trip as it’s so accessible from Canada. And there’s also India, I feel like I could get lost there for a long time so that’s also in my mind.

Chambre avec vue #11

Vancouver Island - British Columbia - Canada

Dream catcher :
Tom Powell

How did you arrive here ?
I was on Vancouver Island, in Britsish Columbia, Canada. Working on in a place called Medicine farm down a logging road near Tofino towards the start of Spring 2011. In the picture it’s just me, this is where I slept.

What did you bring with you ?
I took my single fin egg, my contax T2 and Rolleiflex TLR, coffee pot, and a good set of thermals. You always need thermals.

Next place you will get lost ?
I’m in Australia at the moment so plan on spending a bit more time exploring Tasmania before I leave in April. I’m heading back to Vancouver so thinking of some small trips, The West Coast Trail, maybe ride a bike from Vancouver down the West Coast. I’m dying to get down to Central and South America too, I think this will be my next big trip as it’s so accessible from Canada. And there’s also India, I feel like I could get lost there for a long time so that’s also in my mind.

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