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Scenery of the Nanaimo River and Nanaimo Lakes. Music: "Under My Thumb" by The Rolling Stones No copyright infringement intended. For Entertainment Purposes Only. All rights to the rightful owners. *CK WOOD Music Productions
Harvesting Crayfish at the Nanaimo River this time STORE: 🤍vancouverislandbushcraft.com SHIRTS: 🤍 Stephen Duckett 1126 Thunderbird Dr Nanaimo BC Canada V9S2P2
Nanaimo River dominates all summer plans. It is not a matter of what to do on a given day, but rather which part of the river to go to. It's Nanaimo's most refreshing playground - deep and clean, and contoured beautifully in many places.
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Stone, steel & wood evidence of the Nanaimo River steel bridge used for a mining railway (1904-1931) and for a logging railway (1943-1984). James Dunsmuir's Canadian Collieries (Dunsmuir) Ltd. company built this steel deck truss bridge in 1904, and used it for its coal mining trains until they abandoned it in 1931. Comox Logging and Railway Company built a logging railway from Ladysmith to Nanaimo Lakes in 1943 and used this steel bridge as part of their line, after constructing new approaches. MacMillan Bloedel also used this bridge until the 1950s. Comox Logging eventually became part of Crown Zellerbach. The line was to be closed in 1984, and a fire on the bridge made the closure official. I don't know when the steel truss bridge and wood trestle approaches were dismantled, after the 1984 closure. Today, all that remains in place is the obvious approach grade in the woods, stumps of wood pilings for the approach trestles, and the stonework platforms for the steel bridge towers. Parts of the steel deck truss are lying on the north side hill. Seen by me on October 8, 2019. The north side is accessed from Nanaimo River road, a bit south from the intersection with White Rapids Road, south of Nanaimo, BC.
Nerves are running high on the Nanaimo River this fall as people watch to see how many salmon return to spawn. It comes after June's heat dome killed off many of the early Sockeye salmon run. Skye Ryan has more. Connect with CHEK News Online: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
🤍 🤍 NANAIMO - They came in big numbers to learn about fish. The Nanaimo River Hatchery held its very first Winter Open House on Sunday. Hundreds of people flooded the hatchery grounds to witness Spawning Day. Open House organizer Brian Banks was amazed by the high number of guests. "It's great. Some people don't even know we exist so it's awesome to see so many people. We have many activities for the families. They can see a fish being dissected and learn its parts. They can learn the fish life cycle and how they reproduce." The hard work of the Nanaimo River Hatchery is paying off. It has been a banner season for Pink and Chum. More than 50,000 fish have returned to spawn and they expect more. The hatchery hasn't seen any cutbacks but it does need more money to keep the program successful. Admission at the door was by donation and the public dug deep into its pockets. Much needed funds were raised and new friendships were made. Now the hatchery hopes the people will return next year, along with the fish. Follow Jett Bassi on Twitter: 🤍
Paddlers: Monique Boag, Liam Cook, Gordon Cumming, Jennifer Girard, and Eli Weinstein. Shuttle Bitch: Emily McFarland We drove up island to Nanaimo for the day to kayak the Nanaimo River. This video focuses not necessarily on the kayaking, but more so on the entertainment value that being shuttle bitch provides. I'm actually really weird.
Nanaimo River Estuary in Cedar is the largest estuary on Vancouver Island and home to over 200 species of birds. One is a series called Wonderful Walks: Parks, Trails and Special Places. Visit here for year-round bird-watching and enjoy the diverse eco-system landscape. One in a series of Wonderful Walks on Vancouver Island.
Salmon plays a key role in bringing nutrients from the ocean back into rivers and the wildlife community. The importance of the salmon for Indigenous peoples is deeply rooted in their culture and every day being. The salmon is a nutrient for the earth; it’s good for the bears, whales and humans.
On April 30, 2011, Libby, a whippet dog, and Grandpa hiked into the Borehole section of the Nanaimo River. She was on a short leash for this venture. The climbers used pre-installed handholds to scale the 20 ft plus wall along the bank of the river.
Nanaimo River Estuary Vancouver Island, Nanaimo, BC, Canada Shot July 5/2017 around 6:30 pm This is my very first attempt at creating, editing and uploading videos to YouTube. Footage was shot using a Phantom 4 UHD 3840 x 2160 🤍 29.97 FPS Used a Neewer ND16PL filter Project was edited using Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 I hope to create more videos highlighting the natural beauty around Nanaimo and Vancouver Island Music: Two tracks from Free Music Archive 🤍 Bedroom Eyes by Audiobinger 🤍 Obscure Terrain by Revolution Void 🤍
BUYNANAIMO.COM 🤍 🤍 LT7 Nanaimo River Rd Nanaimo BC V9X 1H3MLS® 864045 $649,000 Recent:01/29/2021 : New Listing List: Michael Guan* | 250-756-2112 | Sutton Group-West Coast Realty (Nan) CoList: Michael McKillican* | 250-756-2112 | Sutton Group-West Coast Realty (Nan) Massive dream property 12 .34 Acres of "Nanaimo river front" Several building spots for a beautiful home-shop and more! The area proximity to the airport is within minutes, shopping, restaurants and more (10 minute drive) For all buyers not familiar with the Nanaimo river all I can say is it's one one the most tranquil, clear swimming areas on the island. Full of swimming holes and beauty. 3 minute drive from the world famous "Bungy jump" If you are in search of privacy, beauty and have the ambition to create your own paradise call your agent and walk this amazing property. Note: you must be with your agent. There is private gates for access. Lot SqFt: 538,402 Lot Acres: 12.36 Dimensions: Restrictions: Park Type: Carport Spcs: 0 Park Spcs: 0 View: Mountain(s), River Waterfront: River Garage Spcs: 0 Water: None Sewer: None Services: Lot Ftrs: Acreage Legal/Public Records Assessed: $545,000 Assess Yr: 2021 Taxes: $1,634 Tax Year: 2020 Jurisdiction: City of Nanaimo Title: Freehold Zoning: RM4V Zone Desc: Rural PID: 028-787-412 Roll No: 04-768-02314.070 Plan Number: Lot: Block: District Lot: Land District: Legal Description: Lot 7 Block 589 Plan EPP14236 Land District 19 Licensee Information Licensee Name Phone Brokerage Awd Split List: Michael Guan* 250-756-2112 Sutton Group-West Coast Realty (Nan) 50.00 CoList: Michael McKillican* 250-756-2112 Sutton Group-West Coast Realty (Nan) 50.00 Buyer: Seller Name: C/O LS Seller Ph: Solicitation OK?: No Appt Ph: Brok Fee: 3.5% 100k/ 1.5 bal Access Code: Lckbx Loc: N/A Licensee Notes: Directions: Financing: Possession: Negotiable Terms: Occupant: Agent Info: Showing Instructions: No Appointment Required *Personal Real Estate Corporation Prices/Dates List Price: $649,000 Sold Price: Original Price: $649,000 DoM: 3 List Date: 2021-01-28 Entered Date: 2021-01-29 Change Date: 2021-01-29 Sale Entry Date: Pending Date: Proj. Close: Sold Date: Status Chg: 2021-01-29 Cancelled Date: Withdrawn Date: Expiry Date: 2021-07-31 Assess/FinSqFt: Orig/FinSqFt: List/FnSqFt: Sld/FnSqFt: Sell/List: List/Assess: 1.19 Sell/Assess: LP Incl GST?: No
The Nanaimo River has some great little areas with caverns, caves and big deep pools to swim through. With the aid of some scuba gear and a dpv, it is fun to explore! The water temp is a warm 72 degrees. You will see fish as well as lots of crayfish! Bruce enjoyed himself immensely! 🤍