Rachel

Rachel

 Vancouver, British Columbia

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    March 2, 2015
  • Parc du pont suspendu de Capilano
    Parc du pont suspendu de Capilano
    guestBook Livre d'Or Historical wonder

    How on earth did hemp rope and cedar planks do the job in those early years? Crossing would need a lot more courage than I have!

  • Piste Cabot
    Piste Cabot
    guestBook Livre d'Or Missed this!

    Walking at least part of this trail is on my bucket list of things to do when returning to Nova Scotia.

  • Gare du Prince Edward Island Railway à Kensington
    Gare du Prince Edward Island Railway à Kensington
    guestBook Livre d'Or Historic!

    I was here is 2006 and it felt like walking into the past. Lovely place.

  • Lieu national historique de Batoche
    Lieu national historique de Batoche
    guestBook Livre d'Or Scout!

    My great, great, great grandfather was a scout for General Middleton. We have a newspaper article about it. Cool!

  • March 1, 2015
  • Digital Storytelling Contest
    Digital Storytelling Contest
    guestBook Livre d'Or Lac Des Roches - A Fishing Lesson

    A Fishing Lesson

    Lac Des Roches is on “Fish Highway,” Highway 24 in BC’s Cariboo. I went fishing here for the first time. The water is cold and clear and you really can see the bottom – until you get pretty deep. The sun seems to shine a little more here and the twinkle off the blue lake is almost hypnotizing. We came to Lac Des Roches for several summers when I was small. I loved it. The dense forest, mostly evergreen, but some deciduous, too rings the lake with only the odd cabin breaking through the trees. By mid afternoon, the sun has had enough time to warm the lake a little. I’m a ‘jump in and get it over with’ kind of swimmer. The cold of Lac Des Roches erupts thousands of goose bumps over my arms and legs. The fish didn’t bite that day. The next morning, waking to the loons calling reminded me that Lac Des Roches, albeit on ‘Fish Highway,’ is special for so much more than fish.

Rachel

Rachel

 Vancouver, British Columbia
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    NIVEAU

  • 0
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    VISITES

  • 0
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    POINTS

  • 5
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    SITES VISITÉS

    March 2, 2015
  • Parc du pont suspendu de Capilano
    Parc du pont suspendu de Capilano
    guestBook Livre d'Or Historical wonder

    How on earth did hemp rope and cedar planks do the job in those early years? Crossing would need a lot more courage than I have!

  • Piste Cabot
    Piste Cabot
    guestBook Livre d'Or Missed this!

    Walking at least part of this trail is on my bucket list of things to do when returning to Nova Scotia.

  • Gare du Prince Edward Island Railway à Kensington
    Gare du Prince Edward Island Railway à Kensington
    guestBook Livre d'Or Historic!

    I was here is 2006 and it felt like walking into the past. Lovely place.

  • Lieu national historique de Batoche
    Lieu national historique de Batoche
    guestBook Livre d'Or Scout!

    My great, great, great grandfather was a scout for General Middleton. We have a newspaper article about it. Cool!

  • March 1, 2015
  • Digital Storytelling Contest
    Digital Storytelling Contest
    guestBook Livre d'Or Lac Des Roches - A Fishing Lesson

    A Fishing Lesson

    Lac Des Roches is on “Fish Highway,” Highway 24 in BC’s Cariboo. I went fishing here for the first time. The water is cold and clear and you really can see the bottom – until you get pretty deep. The sun seems to shine a little more here and the twinkle off the blue lake is almost hypnotizing. We came to Lac Des Roches for several summers when I was small. I loved it. The dense forest, mostly evergreen, but some deciduous, too rings the lake with only the odd cabin breaking through the trees. By mid afternoon, the sun has had enough time to warm the lake a little. I’m a ‘jump in and get it over with’ kind of swimmer. The cold of Lac Des Roches erupts thousands of goose bumps over my arms and legs. The fish didn’t bite that day. The next morning, waking to the loons calling reminded me that Lac Des Roches, albeit on ‘Fish Highway,’ is special for so much more than fish.