Several weeks ago, Martin & I met up with my mom and explored Clayburn Village, BC's first working town. In a word? Love, so much love! It's such an adorable and charming spot + I'm excited to visit again this summer. My parents bought a home not far from there and I'm thrilled it's just a hop, skip, jump for us! Also you may have read in my last post that life is a little nuts right now, but later this summer, Martin & I are taking two months off and I can't wait to go on countless trips and share them with you!
I also fell head-over-heels for Clayburn church. Interestingly, the church differs from other brick structures in the Village both in its traditional style of architecture and construction. The walls of the building are formed by two independently stretcher laid walls with a four-inch space between, typically this type of construction was most common in Britain. In 1978, Clayburn Church was restored by the MSA Heritage Society and is now a protected provincial heritage site. Thanks for reading! xo