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William Eckhardt House, Unionville, Ontario (1852)

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Summit Recap and Building of the Week

Has it really been almost a week since our last post?  I guess that the frenzy of posts while we were in B.C. made us feel like we were full up on posts for a while or maybe the jet lag made us forget to update.  Well, whatever the reason, we’re all recovered from our whirlwind tour of B.C. and ready to post again. And I do mean whirlwind - in 6 days (well, 5 really, since we didn’t visit any buildings on the day of the conference) we hit 27 churches, one suspension bridge and a whole lot of scenery.  Over the next little while, we’ll slowly be updating you on all of the buildings that we visited through both our “Building of the Week” section and through some more informative posts.
Above: Shannon Falls, Squamish, B.C. visited on Day 4

For now, be sure to check out our latest “Building of the Week,” the “Skookumchuck” Church.  We have information and more photos of this remarkable building in a post from last week, if you'd like more on the church.  Our heartfelt thanks go out to Geneva Quipp for showing us around and for telling us all about the church’s history.  We just can't get enough of the Skookumchuck Church and we hope that you enjoy it too!
Above: The hand-carved altar at the Skookumchuck Church

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