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Colourful sidekick

Billie, a Blue Front Amazon parrot, accompanied Daruka  of Winnipeg into the Trail Times office this week. Daruka was in town ahead of Bhaktimarga Swami, the Walking Monk who is currently on his fourth cross-Canada trek to bring a message of health and spirituality to Canadians. He is expected to pass through Trail today before heading back to Salmo, via car, for events at the Salmo Community Centre and the Salmo Library. After passing through Trail, he heads towards Grand Forks. - Guy Bertrand
Billie, a Blue Front Amazon parrot, accompanied Daruka of Winnipeg into the Trail Times office this week. Daruka was in town ahead of Bhaktimarga Swami, the Walking Monk who is currently on his fourth cross-Canada trek to bring a message of health and spirituality to Canadians. He is expected to pass through Trail today before heading back to Salmo, via car, for events at the Salmo Community Centre and the Salmo Library. After passing through Trail, he heads towards Grand Forks.
— image credit: Guy Bertrand
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