Lynda Tyler

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Lynda Tyler is a teacher, traveler, hiker, reader and BC Lions fan who is continually striving to live in the moment. A difficult feat for someone who spends much of her free time reasearching and planning her next travel adventure. A resident of South Delta for 40 something years, Lynda believes in the old adage, "There's no place like home!" You can visit her travel blog at http://tylerrossabroad.blogspot.ca or follow her on Twitter @LTyler24.

Anne Murray

Anne Murray

Anne Murray is the author of A Nature Guide to Boundary Bay and Tracing Our Past ~ A Heritage Guide to Boundary Bay and a major contributing author to the Georgia Basin Habitat Atlas: Boundary Bay. Anne volunteers with a number of non-profit organizations and has had a life-long interest in birds, nature, history and different cultures.

  • Blog: Delta birders explore Boundary Bay Regional Park

    About 30 folk participated in our quarterly Birds on the Bay outing on Wednesday morning in Boundary Bay Regional Park. Not a lot of sightings but a beautiful walk in a gorgeous park with a lot of . . .

    Tom BearssJune 16, 2019

  • Blog: Delta birders enjoy beautiful day in Langley Township

    Twenty DNCBers enjoyed another beautiful Wednesday in Langley Township at the Jackman Wetlands and Aldergrove Regional Parks. Check out the spectacular photos of our sightings on our Flickr site.. . .

    Tom BearssMay 17, 2019

  • Blog: Delta birders visit Victoria

    Sixteen DNCBers enjoyed a long but fun Monday on our ferry outing to Victoria. Check out the photo and video evidence on our Flickr site. We took the 7 a.m. ferry (free) to Swartz Bay and the 5 . . .

    Tom BearssMay 15, 2019

  • Blog: Birders visit Tsawwassen ferry terminal and Reifel Bird Sanctuary

    Sixteen DNCBers enjoyed a “local” outing on Wednesday to the Tsawwassen ferry terminal, then the ponds on TFN land, then Reifel Bird Sanctuary. We had over 50 species seen (see Anne’ eBird list); . . .

    Tom BearssMay 13, 2019

  • Blog: Delta birders visit Whidbey Island

    Sixteen DNCBers enjoyed a gorgeous Wednesday on our “away” outing to a number of parks on Whidbey Island. We saw several species, including pelagic birds that we don’t often see in the B.C. Lower . . .

    Tom BearssApril 28, 2019

  • Blog: Delta birders have delightful outing to Brydon Lagoon and Hi-Knoll Park

    Twenty-three hardy DNCBers enjoyed a rainy, but comfortable if dressed appropriately, Wednesday morning in Langley at Brydon Lagoon and Hi-Knoll Park. Check out the spectacular photographic . . .

    Tom BearssApril 14, 2019

  • Blog: Giants of the Fraser

    An amazing fish lurks in the Fraser river: an ancient giant, the largest freshwater fish in North America. The white sturgeon has a prehistoric look, with bony plates along its back instead of . . .

    Anne MurrayJune 10, 2016

  • Blog: Bumblebees

    I saw this bee on a California lilac and couldn’t resist trying to get a photograph, although it did not stay still enough to get more than this blurry image. I love the orange and yellow colouring. . .

    Anne MurrayJune 10, 2016

  • Shine on Sarah!

    I am not a concert go-er. In fact, I can count the number of concerts I have been to in my life on both hands. My main aversion to concerts is the venues. They are too big, too crowded and too . . .

    Lynda TylerOctober 28, 2014

  • The Beauty of Joffre Lakes

    Late spring and early fall are some of the best times to hike in and around the Lower Mainland. Due to an abundance of commitments, we did not get any hiking in this spring. I was bound and . . .

    Lynda TylerOctober 7, 2014

  • Tsawwassen Foodie: Mini Frittata Muffins

    A high protein breakfast is a perfect way to start the day. It keeps us sated and ensures balanced blood sugar throughout the day. It really is true–breakfast is the most important meal of the day. . . .

    Keyrsten McEwanSeptember 10, 2014

  • Slightly North of Zero: What's in Oklahoma?

    If you had told me five years ago that I would plan a vacation around a college football game, I would have laughed hilariously, but it is 2014 and people change. In the intervening years my . . .

    Lynda TylerSeptember 4, 2014

  • Slightly North of Zero: Sunny Salmon Arm

    During the summers that we are in town, we head up to the Shuswap to Sandy Point Resort. For us, it is an opportunity to relax, enjoy the climate and reconnect with friends from Alberta. My husband. . .

    Lynda TylerAugust 14, 2014

  • Tsawwassen Foodie: Asian Turkey Meatballs with Steamed Broccoli

    This healthy meal choice is quick and easy, which always a good weeknight option–especially on hump day. Use ground turkey, low sodium soy sauce, sesame seeds, grated fresh ginger, minced garlic and. . .

    Keyrsten McEwanAugust 13, 2014

  • Slightly North of Zero: The Unexpected Joy of Pressure Washing

    This summer I have become obsessed with pressure washing. For people who know me, this is pretty surprising. I am more of an inside worker. I look after the day to day cooking, cleaning, shopping . . .

    Lynda TylerJuly 31, 2014

  • Tsawwassen Foodie: Shrimp and Mango Endive Bites

    Now here's a great appetizer for a summer get-together. Although they look super fancy–and as such could definitely be served at a more formal sit down dinner–they are easy enough to whip up for an . . .

    Keyrsten McEwanJuly 29, 2014

  • Slightly North of Zero: What about Lily?

    Every summer I make a point of stopping in at the Tsawwassen Animal Hospital to see the kittens. I need, what one of the girls calls, “kitten therapy.” It’s not difficult to love a kitten. They . . .

    Lynda TylerJuly 24, 2014

  • Mix and mingle at the "Oil & Water" art exhibit

    The South Delta Artists Guild is inviting sponsors and patrons to mingle during the art exhibit "Oil & Water" Gallery 1710 in Tsawwassen will be hosting its 11th annual juried show by. . .

    Lukasz JoncaJuly 23, 2014

  • Sunny Sam's hidden treasure hunt

    Sunny Sam will be hiding treasure where the sun don't shine during the annual Tsawwassen Sun Festival 2014. This year will mark the 42 birthday of Tsawwassen's Mascot, Sunny Sam and to celebrate . . .

    Lukasz JoncaJuly 22, 2014

  • Slightly North of Zero: Morning Meditation

    When I transferred to my current school in Ladner, I had lofty goals of commuting to work, by bicycle, along the Boundary Bay dyke. I wish I could report that I was a biking machine with the . . .

    Lynda TylerJuly 17, 2014

  • Slightly North of Zero: Lunch on the Street

    It is 10 am Sunday morning and there are ten people flitting around my kitchen. There is the sandwich assembly line, the wrappers and the baggers. The final outcome of this hustle and bustle is 150. . .

    Lynda TylerJuly 10, 2014

  • Slightly North of Zero: My shopping education

    I was sitting on a beach in the Shuswap this past weekend being educated by my friend Maureen, on the Tsawwassen thrift store circuit. Maureen is also a resident of South Delta, but she falls into. . .

    Lynda TylerJuly 3, 2014

  • Dreaming Big, Everyday: Whale Watching in Point Roberts

    Our family visits the beaches of Point Roberts at least once a week and we are convinced that the orcas must leave just before we get there! Although we have seen orcas from the Nanaimo ferry . . .

    Dayna DueckJuly 2, 2014

  • Slightly North of Zero: A traveller in my own space

    My husband I have travelled to a lot of places in the last five years. Some would say we are in a travelling frenzy. On one occasion we were away for 10 months. Other trips have been weeks or . . .

    Lynda TylerJune 26, 2014

  • Foodie Tsawwassen: Zucchini Noodles with Tomatoes and Basil

    Is there anything better than a nice pasta salad with red wine while reclining in a good chair and soaking in the summer sun? Well, while this might look like a perfect noodle to nibble, this recipe. . .

    Keyrsten McEwanJune 26, 2014

  • English Bluff plants special tree to celebrate 50 years

    Students at English Bluff Elementary School recently got their hands dirty planting a special tree to mark their school’s 50th anniversary. “This tree was planted to mark our 50th anniversary as a . . .

    Deneka MichaudJune 12, 2014

  • Birding report: Boundary Bay Regional Park

    About 34 (Wow!) casual birders enjoyed a gorgeous Wednesday morning wandering around Boundary Bay Regional Park (BBRP). This was the June version of our quarterly Birds on the Bay outings in BBRP. . . .

    Tom BearssJune 12, 2014

  • IODE fundraiser raises money for local charities

    IODE Boundary Bay Chapter hosted its annual Charity Garage Sale on Saturday, June 8 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Tsawwassen. All proceeds will go towards local charities. IODE is a Canadian womens’ . . .

    Diane RitchieJune 11, 2014

  • Foodie Tsawwassen: Step into Summer salad

    With summer rapidly approaching, now is the best time to get the freshest and healthiest spring greens. Use whatever mixed greens you like (about one cup per person). I like making my own mixtures . . .

    Keyrsten McEwanJune 10, 2014

  • Morris Men and Highland Dancers come to St. David’s Big Lunch

    Vancouver Morris Men are coming to St. David’s Big Lunch on June 1 to help parishioners welcome friends and neighbours to a U.K.-inspired block party in the church parking lot. The familiar English . . .

    Elizabeth MurrayMay 20, 2014


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