Chase, Cruz an I had a wildlife experience this morning. We walked our daily trails and on the way out on Lees with the two on their leach, when suddenly Cruz barked very strongly and Chase was snapped out of my hand. I turned around and I saw Chase being dragged into the bush by a light brown coyote. I needed help, so I unleashed Cruc and he took off at the coyote so he dropped Chase. I managed to rescue Chase, but a second coyote, partly black and white came to the assi
We were enrolee to Revelstoke, BC and when we saw the heavy traffic towards New Denver I decided to stop and take photos of the reflections on Slocan Lake. It was the Hills Garlic Festival and over a 100 vendors in New Denver will will be selling bulk garlic, braided garlic, seed garlic, garlic powder, garlic syrup. This is a shot north on Slocan Lake with the outskirts of Silverton .
This campground is one of the better one, with privacy on your campsite, great beach area and a 4 km hiking trail in the rain forest. We stayed there in mid August. Typical sign of rain forrest. One of the creeks along the hiking trail
Dry Falls once was the world's largest water fall. Eventually, the ice dam broke, unleashing floods up to 10 times the combined flow of all the rivers of the world into eastern Washington and Oregon. It was like a firehose that carved through the new channel opened by the Columbia. The turbulent water enlarged the channel and created huge waterfalls. When the last flood subsided, large areas of eastern Washington were left scarred with dry channels, called coulees. This one