The smoke is even thicker today as it wafts on the wind, northward from Washington State, its pungent odour unmistakable. I can’t even imagine what it must be like to live within a few hundred miles of a forest fire, but the photo below of the fire raging south of us in B.C.’s Okanogan area on August 20, 2015, give a terrifying glimpse …
Last week Firefighters in British Columbia’s Okanogan Valley, faced with an enormous challenge.
Yesterday, day 2 of my visit was quiet for us in Golden, British Columbia.
The food has been grand. My grandson, Brendan has become our breakfast chef.
Today our outting was a daytrip northwest to scout out the town of Revelstoke. The drive was filled with firsts for me:
First avalanche tunnels (through Roger’s Pass).
My First Avalanche (road crews were working on it, causing traffic stoppage).
First time in Revelstoke, B.C. – whoop whoop.
My First Glaciers … and smoke from forest fires continues to decorate each image as if taken through a filtered lens.
We returned home in time to greet Jeff’s son Cael, Cael’s partner Haley, her Mom & brother. We enjoyed dinner and a fun evening together
That is it for Monday and Tuesday.