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A Magnette in Canada

I snapped these photos on  21 April 2007 at our club’s 26th annual Tulip Rally. The club is the MG Car Club Northwest Centre. This event is a “gimmick rally” where the goal is to drive through the tulip growing region of the northern Puget Sound and answer as many of the truly silly questions as possible. (Example: what color is the white truck standing in the field? Answer: the truck is the White brand – the color is a rusty purple…) This year’s event was truly a stand out as there were 275 cars from 21 car clubs representing three US states and Canada. Of course, I was the only one with enough class and style to show up with a Magnette! (Zeebee brought much interest and many positive comments).

Here we are looking
east over the Shaw Islands to the Mainland and
 Mt Baker (3275 meters

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Here we are looking northwest through a very old and large Madrona tree at the southern end of Vancouver Island in British Columbia Canada. These Madrona trees are very interesting because the bark peels off to give a material very similar to paper and was used by the native tribes for this for centuries. This particular tree appears to be somewhere between 300 and 500 years old by the size – they are very slow growing and exclusive to the islands and coastal areas of the Puget Sound , Strait of Juan de Fuca and Strait of Georgia that surround the southern tip of Vancouver Island.

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Steve Hanegan


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