Elyse Enwright, a summer work exchange student from Quebec, sits on the new bus stop bench on the corner of Otter Point Road and West Coast Road. The bench was carved out of a single Western cedar log by Sooke Marine Industries, and donated to the Communities in Bloom program which aims to improve and showcase communities in B.C.

Elyse Enwright, a summer work exchange student from Quebec, sits on the new bus stop bench on the corner of Otter Point Road and West Coast Road. The bench was carved out of a single Western cedar log by Sooke Marine Industries, and donated to the Communities in Bloom program which aims to improve and showcase communities in B.C.

Comfortable waiting

New bench for bus stop

  • Jul. 20, 2011 10:00 a.m.

Elyse Enwright, a summer work exchange student from Quebec, sits on the new bus stop bench on the corner of Otter Point Road and West Coast Road. The bench was carved out of a single Western cedar log by Sooke Marine Industries, and donated to the Communities in Bloom program which aims to improve and showcase communities in B.C.

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