Reading The San Pedro Sun at Comox Glacier, Canada
Saturday, April 20th, 2013
It’s really fun to receive photos from readers all over the world with their copy of The San Pedro Sun. To think that they take the time to pack a copy of the paper, and while enjoying the sights, sounds, smells and other fabulous things on their travel, they actually remember to unpack it and snap a quick picture to share with us! (darn it, sand got in our eyes…excuse us…sniffle…)
Here is one such photo, of Ken and Glenda Hutton.
Ken and Glenda Hutton visited San Pedro for a month and thoroughly enjoyed every minute of their time here. They read The San Pedro Sun each week and simply had to take a copy with them back home.
They live in Courtenay on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Courtenay is one of four communities that make up the Comox Valley. Here they are photographed in front of one of the Comox Glaciers in the background with Mt. Washington Ski Resort to the right.
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