Mount Gatety & Martyn SE3 on te left and Mount Ratney in the background. The shot is taken from the south end of Alouette Lake where there is a large picnic area and a beach. There are three large campgrounds a few kilometrs up on the left side of the lake, with 53, 61 and 96 camp sites. Very popular during spring, summer and early fall
The Sḵwx̱wú7mesh were the first indigenous people on the mainland in British Columbia known to have met Europeans, who first came to the head of Howe Soundin 1792 near Stá7mes, a village near the town of Squamish In oral history passed down through Sḵwx̱wú7mesh families, first contact between the natives and the explorers resulted in Captain Vancouver's shoulder being dislocated. A common game, where two players would try to play a sort of tug-o-war with their arms, a warrior
It does not look like the first week in February. The couple did the right thing, relaxing with a view of Cloudrburst Mountain, 1,880m (6,200 ft) high. Here is a closer view of Cloudburst Mountain. I was surprised how little snow it was on the mountains. That is not how I remember from previous years in early February.
There is a saying regarding Horseshoe Bay "Oh- I get up early in the morning just at the break of day and head out in the direction of beautiful Horseshoe Bay. There's not a place in this world where Salmon would rather play. Than out at Tommy Sewell's place on beautiful Horseshoe Bay." (Source Sewwll's Marina) Now it is a major ferry terminal to and from Vancouver Island and Sunshine Coast, BC
The Lions has also been called The Two Sisters. The story of ‘The Two Sisters,’ they are known to us as ‘The Chief’s Daughters,’ and to them we owe the Great Peace in which we live, and have lived for many countless moons. There is an ancient custom amongst the coast tribes that, when our daughters step from childhood into the great world of womanhood, the occasion must be made one of extreme rejoicing. The being who possesses the possibility of some day mothering a man-chil