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The Peace Arch City

Touch Stones To The Past

The news today is filled with fatalities in every spectrum of natural or induced deaths. The direct impact is on the men, women and children whose lives are lost or taken. Animals, although rarely reported are also casualties in many major fatal catastrophes involving the destruction of homes or the environment. Human demise is seldom disregarded because newspapers publish obituaries of even unremarkable people whose lives have met their conclusion. Individuals with notorious reputations or uncommon distinction are considered newsworthy and will materialize on page one.

Death is considered a permanent state of being except for the memories and thoughts that certain people bring to our recollection from time to time. Most of us visit the grave site of family members and friends on particular days of the year that are significant to a departed person's identity such as birthdays, anniversaries or date of death. Most often prayers are said, past memories recalled and flowers or potted plants are left behind as a sign of everlasting affection. At the enduring Point Robert's Cemetery some of the visitors have left behind shells or rocks to record their sentimental journey.

When we reach out and embrace our neighbors we see pictures that enhance everyday life in our own international community.


At Peace With Her Life

A Time And Place For Everything

Stopping To Look And Listen

Slowing Down Natually

A Lifetime For Learning

Seeing The Other Side

An Everlasting Reunion

Mother Nature's Direct Line

Nature's Future Shock Today

Licensing Our Language

Faith In Full Bloom

Tell Tale Cattails

Looking For Love

Housing Out On A Limb

Beauty Without Warning

Do Our Expectations Hold Water?

Power Points of Our Survival

A Mailbox For All Reasons

A Persistent Positive Perspective

Everything Is Coming Down

Aging Gracefully

A Man In Perpetual Motion

Peace Arch Police Protection

Touch Stones To The Past

The Not Too Mobile Home

Weathering Our Thoughts

The Missing Meaning of Christmas

Looking Inward To See Outside Ourselves

A New Year Brush Up

Philosophical Roadside Attraction

Surrealistic Seasonal Surprises

Local Artistry in the Making

Compassionate Jewelry

Multi-Tasking Bus Driver

Post Office Princess

Seeds With Enduring Qualities

Being Our Own Chairperson

A Good Place To Finally Rest

The Changing Face of Halloween

Flight Path For The Future

Keeping Everything On Track

Who Put You In Charge?

Giving Our Best Until the End

Pacing Ourselves

Go Soak Your Foot

Sales Blowing In the Wind

Mother Nature's Delicacy

Award Winning Smile

Hearing What We See

Which Way Are We Going?

Future Shock All Over Again

The Family of Man

This Very Special Piece of Land

Lobbying at the Post Office

Possessing The Grace of God

Near Fatal Attractions

Memorialized Thoughts To Create Peace

Thinking While Growing

A Natural Summer Setting

A Moment To Celebrate

Dervish Designs For Peace

Our Schools Down The Road

Managing Our City's Garbage

The Egg and Eye

A Mole Hill Or A Mountain?

The Real Bush Country

The Birds, The Bees and More

Room With A View

Tower of Power

Grace and Vivian

Paws With a Cause

We're Doing The Dishes

Wings of Wealth

Freedom Riders

Life is Learning

Tractors In Love

Signs of the Old Times

Hanging Loose

Nowhere or Somewhere

Looking For The News

If The Shoes Fit

From A Simpler Life and Time

The Vehicle To End It All

Let's Start This Year Over Again

Merry Christmas Helpers

Weaving A Legacy of Love

A Case For Musical Dreams

Helping Homeless Snakes

Solid Waste Warning

Pooch Seeks Family Support

Trees to Live and Die For

Who's Chicken Little?

The Winged Stump

Tom Rutherford

Pont Roberts Free Zone

Trusty Rusty

The Rain Rider

Kevin Haines

Free Pears

Successfully Sold Out

Airmail Boxes

U-Turned No U-Turn Sign

George Langman

The End of the Road

A Sea of Blackberries

Dakota Creek Picnic Bench

Jerry William Duke, Jr.

Eleni, Rick and Friends

George Linn

Peter James Wallace

Harmony with Dieter Schugt

Margaret Westman

Shelley Winder-Yost

Blue The Yellow Lab

Mary Elizabeth Hoffman

Bert Isackson

Joginder and Harmit

Bob Gray

Frederick Chesterly

Hezekiah and Joyce

Sigi and Anna Lisa

Suzy McGlasson

Howard and Kolton

Stanley Stremmler

Myka Beaudry

Gene and Dan

Mr. Gray

Sam The Goat

Seeing The Road of Life Clearly

Richard Clark

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