All photos taken on May 16, 2022. We were last here on July 22, 2021, but here is the scoop on this small city. To continue reading, please click here. Alternatively, click here to go to new Blog Site.
All photos taken on March 5, 2022. With everything covered in morning mist and icy rime, the sunrise looked promising so I drove West of the city to catch the arrival of morning. Above me, the high tension power lines crackled under the influence of the frosty rime, covering all stationary surfaces. As I snappedContinue reading “Frosty”
All photos taken on February 5, 2022. Our duties done and suitable weather along our return route home meant that it was now time to make the long trek back to Alberta. Ahhhh, do we really have to? Before climbing into the car, we opted to give our heads and the roads a bit moreContinue reading “Vancouver Mosaic”
All photos taken on March 2, 2022. Walking through Bunchberry to get away from the current news cycle, I realized that the trees in the forest are of much better character than many narcissists, who masquerade as world leaders. No need to say more, the definition and the photos say it all so much better.Continue reading “Character”
All photos taken on February 1, 2022. Stanley Park is a good place to spot Great Blue Herons, due to having a nesting area adjacent and such a large body of water (Lost Lagoon). These birds are majestic and entertaining to watch. We really did not expect to see one in early February, but boyContinue reading “Auspicious”
All photos taken on February 24, 2022. Knowing when to go for our weekly forest walk required a bit of a calculation in February. Should we go when it is warm and sunny, should we go when it is cold and icy or should we go when light fluffy snow is falling and the roadsContinue reading “Fluffy”
NOTE: This post contains slideshows and if you are reading it on your phone, it is best viewed direct from the SITE, rather than in the READER. All photos were taken during our August 10, 2021 walk in Bunchberry Meadows and Tucker’s Field. I could have titled this one Berry Interesting, but I chose TheContinue reading “The Other Bits”
Once again Canadians arrive at the day where we all take stock of our year and lives and expound on what we are thankful for. At the dinner table, this process may become trite or overly emotional, depending on the state of the thankful. At its worst, it is a chore, but at its best,Continue reading “Giving Thanks”