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The Haig-Brown Festival Returns!

Each year for Rivers Day (the fourth Sunday of September) we gather at the Haig-Brown House, on the banks of the river, to celebrate community, literature, fishing and more!  We are so trilled to be returning to a regular in-person

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Charming details

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

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Finding the Good Life

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. 

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Ode to Rhubarb

One of the silver linings of the 2020 pandemic was that I got to mind the Haig-Brown House through all of the seasons.  Typically the site manager skidaddles to make room for the writer in residence between November and April,

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