7 responses

  1. Barbara Hacio
    November 2, 2011

    It’s a beautiful article Nancy: it’s been a pleasure showing you the Great Bear Rainforest!

    • Nancy Brown
      November 2, 2011

      @Barbara
      Thanks for sharing the Great Bear Rainforest with me. Keep up your blogging.

  2. Michael Brown
    October 29, 2012

    I love them all.. some sophisticated, some adorable!!

  3. Heber Reece
    December 27, 2012

    Hi my name is Heber Reece,I am writing about my eagle panel. I now live here in Los Angeles,CA. I have masks ,feast bowls,rattles,moon masks,eagle bowls,talking sticks and paddles,killer whale panel,original paintings. You can reach me at 213-674-7084 thanks.

    • Nancy Brown
      December 28, 2012

      @Heber
      Thanks for stopping by and updating me on your location. I enjoyed seeing your work displayed at King Pacific Lodge.

      I understand that you take the Killerwhale, the great hunter of the ocean, as your predominant family crest symbol. A self-taught carver who has been making Pacific Northwest Coast First Nation’s art since the late 1970s,
      Heber`s preferred medium is wood sculpture. He also paints and makes jewellery in the traditional style of his nation. During his carving career, Heber studied at the prominent K`san First Nation’s art school in Hazelton, B.C.

  4. José Ozanir
    May 12, 2014

    Please, tell me what is the best time do go to this place? I plan to go someday but I prefer in summer because I don’t like weather too much cold. Thanks in advance.

    • Nancy Brown
      May 12, 2014

      @Jose
      I’m sorry to say that King Pacific Lodge has been sold. My understanding is that there are new owners, but I don’t have any information to share.

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