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St. Mary Anglican Church, Fulford Harbour, Salt Spring Island, B.C.
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St. Mary is a cute little shingled church across from Fulford Hall, along Fulford Ganges Road, just up the road from the sharp turn left heading to Fulford Harbour and the ferry to Victoria. Thousands of people rush past her every day in the spring without ever noticing the beautiful fawn lillies blooming in the church's front meadow. 

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