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Burgoyne United Church, Salt Spring Island, B.C.
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My favorite church, white, tiny, unpretentious, surrounded by a white picket fence, exactly what you expect to find along a country road in the Gulf Islands. Too bad the noise from the traffic rushing to and from the ferry is too often disturbing the peace...

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