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Overbury Resort Georgia Strait Scenic View
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A spectacular vantage-point of the natural beauty of British Columbia.   We, the internet community, give thanks to 360cities.net to allow the citizens of planet Earth to virtually visit, in stunning clarity, mother nature's private and serene offerings.

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