Over the last year construction cranes have been erected faster than we are able to follow. In this picture you will see six cranes, but here are three more to the left outside the picture. The traffic on the main streets has also felt the increase on the population, caused the bus service to become pathetic. Second Beach has been a popular place during the warm weather we have had.
Christine & i were sitting outside Starbucks at Ramada Hotel and we saw the building across the street and the woods in the windows interested me. Christine was reading The Globe and Mail and there was an rticle about the building and here is a partial quote: "The Wood Inovation Research Lab in Prince George, BC, appears to be nothing more than a modern cedar and blackmetal building, but look past the cladding and you will find an engineering feat that has earned it the reco
Over the last three years I have gained interest in orchids and the possibility of being able to get new flowers. It has taken time, patience, disappointments, etc. The first I learned was to find the right spot to keep the plant and then not to move it. Watering was another important issue and I read that a large ice cube once a week would do that trick - it did. Over the last year I have been successful with six plants and this one is the best. I am now hooked!
On the trip yesterday to Prince Geirge for a business meeting, we took Hwy 99, instead of Coquihallla. There used to be a primitive campsite at the eastern site of Seaton Lake and I always had to stop there and enjoy the view of Seton Mountain and Seton Lake. Unfortunately, the camping site is not there any more.