I take for granted that many people haven’t been to, or maybe don’t even know about, my favourite place in Campbell River. It has a great vibe, and an unusual ability to instill a sense of peace for visitors. When
This spring a number of local writers are participating at writing retreats at the Haig-Brown House, that givem them writing time in the study, and they are paired with a past writer in residence for some mentoring. Kurtis Scriba was
This past October, the Comox Valley lost a beloved long-time resident, Father Charles Brandt. An ordained priest and member of the Hermits of St. John the Baptist, he lived on the banks of the Oyster River and devoted his life
"I was so pleasantly surprised to see how beautiful this place was. I had found it online and stayed for only one night The grounds are spectacular with the river running behind it. This historic home has a lovely and knowledgeable host (thanks, Marjorie) who provided a delicious breakfast! I will definitely stay here again."