Hidden Lake, British Columbia, CanadaGuest Post by Jessica Coupe Hidden Lake finally thawed a week ago. As it isn’t a BC Provincial Park (proved so by no amenities, i.e. outhouses) we were free to visit. (The BC Provincial parks were closed due to Covid-19). A small group of us went out for some social distancing … More Hidden Lake, British Columbia
Guest Post and Photographs by Jessica Coupe The Silver King Trail began life as a mining road. It culminates in the Silver King Basin, a beautiful sub-alpine meadow. Once it was an active mining site with a bunk house for the men. Now the bunk house has been replaced by a sturdy log cabin and … More Silver King Trail
For all my friends and readers, My very favorite musical tribute to Canada. Enjoy!
I love the photo above. It represents much of the beauty and stillness I associate with the best of Christmas. For me, stillness often equals peace. As for beauty, is there anything more beautiful than a snowy landscape? Judging by the Christmas cards I’ve received over the years, I’m not the only who likes a … More Merry Christmas, 2017
Guest Post by Jessica Coupé Climb the mountains and get their good tidings, Nature’s peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you and the storms their energy, while cares will drop off like autumn leaves. ~John Muir, Naturalist, 1901 If you are traveling along … More Chapman Lake
My husband and I took a Fall Foliage Bus Tour late September through mid October. I’ll cover a few of the highlights beginning with Niagara Falls. We observed the falls from the Canadian side. An estimated 600,000 gallons of water per second tumbles over them. Two ways to experience the power of that amount of … More Niagara Falls, Close Up