Secret Coastline: Journeys and Discoveries Along B.C.'s Shores

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Whitecap Books, 2000 - History - 239 pages
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The coastline of British Columbia is a trove of hidden treasures. Join author Andrew Scott on his journey to reveal and celebrate some of these well-kept secrets.

Traveling by kayak, coastal freighter, ferry and mission boat, Scott visits coves and communities that are rarely explored or photographed. He meets many of the coast's most interesting inhabitants: people such as Alexandra Morton, whose passion is understanding dolphins, and Stewart Marshall, who expresses his love for the land through art.


  • BC Book Awards:
    2000 - Secret Coastlines

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About the author (2000)

Andrew Scott, an award-winning writer, was born and raised in Southern England, and was an active and curious child. This sense of curiosity carried into his adult life and, once he immigrated to Canada, became a passion for exploring BC's Coast. Andrew has written over 700 articles for both newspapers and magazines, such as Beautiful British Columbia, Discovery, the New Zealand Herald, and the Globe and Mail. He currently lives in Halfmoon Bay on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast.

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