Wednesday, July 11, 2012


This is becoming a favourite place, having already camped in here in June. The pine forest remains untouched by the ravaging pine beetle which has destroyed so much of our province's forests. The Kettle River was still running full and fast but as the temperatures soared it was the place to cool off, whether just dangling in ones feet or catching the current on all sorts of floatable devices. A river is to be respected and it made me both nervous and angry to see people floating without lifejackets. 

Our home on wheels

Look Up ....

Way up!

Look down and take in the Earth's beauty.
Coreopsis aka Tickseed
The Okanagan Sunflower

Taking time to capture nature's beauty on paper.

The legendary Kettle Valley Railroad bed is the best place for  walking or cycling.

Scarlet Gilia

Ragged Robin

Adventurous brothers, Wally and Arnie
 paddle the river from Westbridge to Rock Creek

Day visitors to our campsite
Healthy snacks. Little one got her hands on mama's apple
 and couldn't get enough of the sweet licks.
Camping luxuries!

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