Campbell River Mirror

Haulin’ it away

Haulin’ it away: Steve Ostler of Home Hardware hoists one of the carvings from last summer’s Transformations on the Shore carving competition onto a flatbed. The carvings were being taken to the business that had adopted them for display in the community. Home Hardware donated the use of the truck for moving. - Don Daniels/The Mirror
Haulin’ it away: Steve Ostler of Home Hardware hoists one of the carvings from last summer’s Transformations on the Shore carving competition onto a flatbed. The carvings were being taken to the business that had adopted them for display in the community. Home Hardware donated the use of the truck for moving.
— image credit: Don Daniels/The Mirror
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