An evening in Kelowna
Kootenay River Fog
Chute for the sky
Stanely Park, Vancouver
Marl Creek Provincial Park
Lindeman LakeOne of the many hikes in close proximity to Chilliwack, Lindeman Lake is the "gem" hike of the area. 3.5km return with tent pads on the lake and easy elevation gain make this a easy half day trip. For this image I went waist deep in the lake to get the angle I desired, making the hike out a bit chilly but worth it!
Waitabit CreekOne of my favourite free camping spots, Waitabit has brilliant Sunsets if your willing to walk out into the water. At this time of year the water is at least knee deep bank to bank.
An evening in KelownaKelowna is colourful, hot and holds some great views for sunset over the Okanagan lake.
Submerged ArrowWe spent the night down a logging road in a quiet clearing on Arrow Lake located near Revelstoke, BC. The shaky road put our tough minivan to the test but the beautiful clear day was well worth it. If you look at Arrow Lake on Google Earth you will be able to find the floating logs where this photo was captured. The Arrow Lakes in British Columbia, Canada, divided into Upper Arrow Lake and Lower Arrow Lake, are widenings of the Columbia River. The lakes are situated between the Selkirk Mountains to the east and the Monashee Mountains to the west. Beachland is fairly rare, and is interspersed with rocky headlands and steep cliffs. Mountain sides are heavily forested, and rise sharply to elevations around 2,600 metres. Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arrow_Lakes
Hockey AllowedThe skating rink on Windermere lake with a stunning view.
Kootenay River FogA damp foggy day on the Kootenay River for a quick explore.
Chute for the skyDriving through Penticton and up into the Okanagan wine country on a hot Spring day was a beautiful experience in itself, but after a rough ride up a logging road (where we encountered a Moose) Chute Lake was the real payoff. The ambient wildlife noise added to the inspiring atmosphere of the Sunsets reflection.
Best FriendsSkaha Lake in the Okanagan is a beautiful place to relax and enjoy the scenery. These two ducks were regulars around the camp ground, always checking out the camper cuisine.
Waitabit CreekThe Spring melt brings fast and colorful waters to this creek in BC.
Stanely Park, Vancouver
Marl Creek Provincial ParkThe first cold morning in a while that caused trouble with the batteries. A short drive from camp lead to a small picnic area near the river.
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