Archive for the ‘The Children of Fairbridge’ Category

One of the very best things we’ve discovered on our travels and explorations of Vancouver Island has to be the wonderful quaint community of Fairbridge in Cowichan Station.  Today’s feature post continues our running photoblog series “The Children of Fairbridge“.  In our previous post we promised to take you up into the clock tower where […]

Wood is plentiful and often used here on Vancouver Island, it makes for terrific building materials as well as creates great details that express all that is best on the island.  Today we head back to one of our favorite places to visit and photograph, Fairbridge Chapel.  This post is part of our running photoblog […]

The wonderful character found inside an old chapel makes for the perfect setting to host a wedding.  Rich warmth in the tones from the wood paneling creates a sense of luxury and the decorations add a touch of grace and elegance.  In a few hours, two people will stand face-to-face and express their heartfelt love […]

Is is often said that it takes a village to raise a child.  In this case it took some very special children to create a village.  The stories found in this wonderful Vancouver Island community are varied, with some being sad while others were very happy.  Life on Fairbridge Farm couldn’t have been easy, thousands […]