History of Race Rocks.


See this file on the Lantern room of the Race Rocks tower


Historical markers & border monument.. Update with new Archival History


Our file of the Shipwrecks of the Area


Trev and Flo Anderson: lighkeepers at Race Rocks and their early relationship with Pearson College

Archival record of
Earthquake report at Race Rocks in 1872

Recent Posts

The First Aggressive Geese


  • Visibility: 10 miles in the morning, later 15.
  • Wind: 5-10 knots North
  • Sky: overcast and some rain
  • Water: calm


  • Just the weaner on Great Race today.
  • He has a bit of a snotty nose. I suppose he has a cold?
  • I encountered my first pair of aggressive Canada Geese today.
  • Perhaps the nesting has begun?


  • The Pacific Scout Pilot boat passed through Race Passage today.
  • No eco-tours that I saw.


  • Lots of DND blasting today.
  • There were blasts at the following times:
  • 10:38, 11:05, 13:18, 13:20, 15:19, 15:21, and 15:49.
  • The first few blasts really startled the birds, especially the Pigeon Guillemots.

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