Stop by the St. Regis Bar and Grill on Dunsmuir Street in Downtown Vancouver BC. Their menu was specially designed for comfort and sharing. Mastering the art of pub fare using quality local sustainable ingredients, you will be sure to find an item or items that best suit the occasion. It’s a great place to settle in with colleagues to watch your favorite game or enjoy dinner with family and friends!
In November 2015, Stephen Seaton of Ocala Florida reached out to West Wind Hardwood. As a note, his reference to Bill is of William (Bill) Garden, the renowned naval architect. He was a dear friend and mentor to Jan; died April 29, 2011 at age 92. A man who cherished privacy and did not suffer fools; he is genuinely missed.
(left)West Wind’s Corporate Camp Trip – “Mary Anne” – Montague Harbour, Galiano Island Photos by Jan Nielsen – June 2011
Here’s what Stephen had to say:
“I ran across this photo on one of your web-sites and hope you can help me. I worked for Bill the summers of 1964-65-66 and had a boat that looked just like “Mary Anne”, color of hull, canvas forward, length and general look all the same BUT I remember her engine was a single piston, even the Vivian Engine sound familiar. That sound of the engine is still with me as music to my ears.
This live edge walnut table top with rounded end was milled for a customer.
It measures 34″ wide x 180″ (!) long!
The busy Christmas season has started in full swing. Lots of shipments went out this week, here’s some highlights: Read more
We’re still reeling from excitement for the all the gold medals won by Canada’s Olympic Team, including those in Men’s and Women’s curling. Congratulations to everyone!
These curling rocks were made by our customer Francis Gaetz (250-723-6171) out of our eastern maple. Thanks for sending this in. Great work!
This is a reproduction of a Gustav Stickley mission bench in quarter-sawn flaked White Oak by Tom Paille, Deep Bay, B.C
Danny, our milling manager, brought back some stunning images from his camping trip to Clayoquot Arm this past January.