Take a Sunday drive with me to the beach.
A photo essay of the first days of January.
I’m going to take you to a hidden waterfall at Sombrio Beach on Vancouver Island.
I moved to British Columbia 22 years ago. I call the mountains, the forests and the great pacific ocean home. These are some photos I’ve taken on my journeys.
There is no shortage of awe inspiring nature in British Columbia. This is my most recent camping trip to Sayer’s Lake.
I love a good road trip but before arriving at our destination, I love taking in all the stops along the way.
We spent 5 days exploring Northern Vancouver Island from Telegraph Cove to Cape Scott Provincial Park.
Today I’ll be making Rainbow Trout with Creamed Spinach and Homemade Garlic Foaccia Bread. Pacific Northwest Cooking, Lake to Plate.
I met my sisters and mother yesterday in Fort Langley for lunch. A 40 minute drive from my home in Vancouver, Fort Langley is a quaint town on the banks of the Fraser River. A hidden gem filled with boutiques, pubs and galleries, Fort Langley was originally a trading post of the Hudson’s Bay Company…
“It is a commonplace of all religious thought, even the most primitive, that the man seeking visions and insight must go apart from his fellows and love for a time in the wilderness.” ― Loren Eiseley Deep in the pine on an unmarked, very rough backroad is Plateau Lake. At an altitude of 1215 m, this…