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EAGLES

Through out British Columbia you can find Eagles nearly anywhere. Most of our rivers and streams have spawning Salmon during the summer and fall and it is not uncommon to find hundreds of these magnificent birds lining the  shores. These … Continue reading

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Ghost House….or?

  Driving the roads and back roads of British Columbia one can come across many old settlements and lonely old homes. Some of them are in the loneliest of places and very isolated while others appear now, near communities as … Continue reading

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Historic Trails

This Province is full of old trails and old roads. The one pictured above was used by the Hudsons Bay Brigate during 1848 and 1849 to haul fur. The trail is actually part of the Tickwalus Trail. The Nlaka’pamux First … Continue reading

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SUNRISE

Sunrise is a great part of our day! Depending where you may be in this great province of ours, you could be looking at something absolutely awesome or witness ascene that means something completely different to you. Depending on the … Continue reading

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Highway 37 (Stewart Cassier) from Kitwanga to Meziadin

This stretch of road in the Northwest of this Province is pretty good. In summertime one needs to watch out for many tourists from the south. Often times you can come around a corner only to find a large motor … Continue reading

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REFLECTIONS

Driving around British Columbia you will come across beautiful scenery and at times bodies of water will host reflections of the nearby forests or mountains. Take a look next time you are out there and see what you can find. … Continue reading

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Hope

 Hope, nestled between sharp rising mountains with the confluence of the Coquihalla and Fraser Rivers offers many attractions. Considered the chainsaw carving Capital of Canada one can see why. There are approximately 83 carvings on the streets of this picturesque … Continue reading

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