One of the wonderful things about heritage houses is they have little stories to tell at every corner. The Haig-Brown House is no exception. Exploring the house you will see all sorts of wonderful details. Recently Bluetree Photography was at
Roderick Haig-Brown lived with his wife Ann and their four children in a modest farmhouse on the banks of the Campbell River. Roderick was a writer and magistrate, as well as a respected advocate for the environment and social justice.
I paraphrase Chilean poet and conceptual artist Cecilia Vicuña, who says, writing is a social life. Receding into the privacy of a quiet study in a small town to work on a story, is in some ways antithetical to writing
"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."