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Lighted convoy visits View Royal

Trucks, decorated with Christmas lights and decorations,  move past spectators along Watkiss Way in View Royal during the annual IEOA Truck Light Convoy and Food Drive. The trucks start from Ogden Point making their way through Oak Bay, Victoria, Saanich, View Royal and Colwood and finish up at the Western Speedway in Langford. The event collects food and cash donations for the Mustard Seed. - Don Denton/News staff
Trucks, decorated with Christmas lights and decorations, move past spectators along Watkiss Way in View Royal during the annual IEOA Truck Light Convoy and Food Drive. The trucks start from Ogden Point making their way through Oak Bay, Victoria, Saanich, View Royal and Colwood and finish up at the Western Speedway in Langford. The event collects food and cash donations for the Mustard Seed.
— image credit: Don Denton/News staff

Trucks, decorated with Christmas lights and decorations, move past spectators along Watkiss Way in View Royal during the annual IEOA Truck Light Convoy and Food Drive. The trucks start from Ogden Point making their way through Oak Bay, Victoria, Saanich, View Royal and Colwood and finish up at the Western Speedway in Langford.

 

 

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