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Painters's Lodge Pier at Night
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Nestled on the pristine shores of Vancouver Island, Painter’s Lodge offers world-class BC salmon fishing, thrilling wildlife and nature tours, breathtaking scenery and all the amenities you’d expect from a traditional resort. Except Painter’s Lodge is far from your everyday resort.

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Uploaded: 14/01/2009
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