Author Tags: Photography, Travel
Meredith Bain Woodward was born in Vancouver in 1944 and lived for 20 years in Winlaw prior to publication of her books of history and photography in concert with Ron Woodward. With an MFA from UBC, she has worked as a touring actress, a travel counsellor for the B.C. Automobile Association and an editor of the Kootenay Business Journal. She co-wrote Along the Inside Passage (2005) after many years of sailing in the Pacific Northwest, partly on a 40-foot 1975 Valiant named Erramus.
Ron Woodward and Meredith Bain Woodward are co-authors of:
British Columbia Interior: An Altitude SuperGuide (Altitude Publishing, 1993)
Land of Dreams: A History of Photographs of the British Columbia Interior (Altitude Publishing, 1993)
Along the Inside Passage: Stories, Pictures and Incredible Facts from Seattle and Vancouver to Skagway (Altitude Publishing, 2005)
[BCBW 2005] "Travel" "Photography"
Along the Inside Passage
The crow’s larger brother, the raven (Corvus corax), is distinguished by a bigger bill, a low croaking voice (as opposed to a ‘caw’) and is often featured in First Nations legends as a trickster or transformer figure. Photographed in Rivers Inlet in 1913, the rare raven totem shown in Along the Inside Passage (Altitude, $39.95) is one of hundreds of excellent images among stories, pictures and facts gathered by Meredith Bain Woodward and Ron Woodward, with mini-bios on George Vancouver, Mungo Martin and Alexander Mackenzie, etc. The Woodwards join a rich tradition of cruising couples who have produced worthwhile books on the B.C. coast. 1-55153-218-2