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Brooke Woodley stands in the field at Esquimalt High School on a sunny bright West Coast day.

Brooke Woodley tells us about her journey with CrossFit

Brooke Woodley is a CrossFit athlete who moved to Victoria last year. She trains at Taranis, and is taking Kinesiology

This is a photo divided into quarters, and each quarter is a different photo. The top left is a blue christmas tree outdoors at night, the top right is a street with yellow/white light on trees and night, the bottom left is a prop of a little red and green house outside with four people dressed up playing instruments, and the bottom right is a pink and green lit up ferris wheel at night.

It’s wonderful to hear live music in Spirit Square!

It’s wonderful to hear live music in Spirit Square! Thank you Victoria! Stay warm friends. And happy holidays!  #LkwungenTerritory

A wooden mask on a raw wooden pedestal. It is a Coast Salish design, with black, white, grey/blue, and red detailing. There is fur on the top and back of the head, and the snout extends 1-2 feet forward.

Stunning masks and prints at the Legacy Gallery

This stunning wolf mask leaves me speechless. There’s a few days left to see the exhibit downtown at Legacy Art

A field of purple, blooming camas with tall trees behind it and on either side. The trees have long, branches that curve over the flowers and green foliage on top. The sky beyond them looks bright and grey.

Camas Fields

The Camas is really on fire right now – so beautiful!

Looking down on the harbour, which is full of sailboats, from a higher vantage point. The boats are silhouettes because the sun is setting in the distance behind them. The same goes for the buildings on the opposite side of the water. The sky is orange on the horizon line, and fades to light blue near the top.

Weekend Victoria Views

What a sunset! Thanks for a fantastic weekend, Victoria!

A soccer field at dusk with rectangular buildings in the distance. The sun is setting so the horizon still has some sun but the upper part of the sky is dusky blue, and there is a skydiver with their parachute pulled descending from the upper left.

How Do You Get To School?

Here’s a throwback to a UVic Vikes women’s soccer game last fall, when skydivers opened the game with this spectacular

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