Houses floating in the harbour, Victoria, British Columbia.
In the harbour at Victoria BC.
In the Fraser Valley, British Columbia, between Lillooet and Lytton.
Lots of hay gets grown in this part of the world.
Fraser Valley, British Columbia.
Between Lillooet and Lytton.
A pair of Silver Star ski instructors ready to roll down the trail.
Sooke, British Columbia is a gorgeous town on the Strait of Juan de Fuca. The harbour is protected by Whiffen Spit, which has been made a municipal park.
A really neat place to walk.
Wasn’t there a song about this place?
Time to pull off the road for lunch.
Large delicate flowing patterns in the mountain.
Like marble Cake made from rock.
Beginning the daunting climb to the mountain pass.
On the Kananaskis Highway.
We took the ferry across Kootenay Lake this summer. It was a warm morning, with a promise of more heat to come with the day.
The haze on the mountains was just right for making photographs.
A beautiful experience.
Hot, sunny, water, what more could a pair of horses want? On the Similkimeen River in British Columbia.
Outdoor shop at the ferry terminal in Balfour, BC. The ferry crosses Kootenay Lake to Kootenay Bay on the east side of the lake.
Surrounded by this, would you ever want to leave?
Gives meaning to the term, “God’s Country”.
I spent last week at Revelstoke skiing. It is a pretty spectacular hill – most vertical in North America – and steep.
Great view of the Columbia River from the top of the Stoker Chair.
During the week approximately 3 feet of snow fell, making it a great week of powder.
Posting has been sporadic lately as I have been in British Columbia taking advantage of the marvellous skiing there.
We ended our trip in Kelowna with friends.
This is the view from the deck at sunset.
A perfect way to end a ski trip.