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July/August 2012 Issue of islandMoments -
Official e-newsletter for Tourism Vancouver Island

A taste of Sooke
Renowned for its cuisine and memorable inns, this friendly town is close to Victoria but wild at heart—with towering rainforests, exhilarating coastal treks, and those mysterious potholes.

Dinosaur bones and sharks' teeth
The Victoria Palaeontology will hold its 16th Fossil Fair on March 24-25, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Swan Lake Christmas Hill Nature Sanctuary. There will be a display of the 25 million-year-old Sooke Formation fossils from the Muir Creek area which may be of interest to the Sooke community. Note from innkeeper: These fossils are found at the base of the hill below the inn.

Lighthouses on the Brink.
For generations, Canada's lighthouses have guided ships along the country's expansive coasts and beckoned newcomers to our shores.

February - time to start gardening in Sooke Seedy Saturday
Third annual Seedy Saturday hosted by the Sooke Food CHI (Community Health Initiative) on Saturday, February 25 2012. 10am to 3pm at the Sooke Community Hall.

Getting set for our 2nd LivingSocial Escape offer
We will shortly be offering our 2nd LivingSocial Escape

Victoria rich in history and tradition
Article for the Hamilton Spectator featuring Oak Bay Guest House, our City and Coast package partner.

Canadian Road Trip Season
The sun is out! The heat is on! Heavenly… Time is counting down till the peak summer adventure season. What are you going to do this summer? Got a road trip in mind? Innkeers note: Our own Pacific Marine Circle Route would make a great choice.

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