Category Archives: mountains

Cape Breton

Driving the Cabot Trail – Cape Breton

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Strathcona Parkway

Snow on the mountains viewed from the Strathcona Parkway

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A snowy day in Deep Bay

Snow falling in the mountains beyond Deep Bay

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Cayoosh Creek

I camped overnight at the Rogers Creek Recreation Site at Cayoosh Creek on Highway 99 between Lillooet and Pemberton. The mountain views were wonderful…

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A Foggy West Coast day

Just a foggy day on the east coast of Vancouver Island

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Snow across the Strait

Looking across Georgia Strait from Nanaimo to the mountains of the BC mainland on a snowy day

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Port Alberni

Mountains and boats – just a bit of Port Alberni

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Rolling hills

I’m happy to be a passenger when driving through the Okanagan on BC Highway 1, as the scenery is amazing and continuously changing. Hills, clouds, arid vegetation and a lot of history…

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Hills of British Columbia

Heading west from Pritchard on Highway 1 toward Monte Creek

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Taylor River

Low water at Taylor River Taylor River is one of those places that you should take the time to visit – it’s powerful at low water flows, and spectacular and deadly during high water flows. It picked up this stump, … Continue reading

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