Tag: Port Hardy
Ahhhh… blue skies and sunshine after a night of Spring rain. Though rain should be expected, after all we are camped in a rainforest, in the Nimpkish Valley, on a nameless lake simply described as beautiful! We were greeted by a wift of a breeze carrying the coolness & fragrance of new evergreen growth… soothing…
Douglas Fir flowers, a natural wonder of Nature
Dancing With Vultures
Vultures, amazing avian environmentalists!
A Short Day on the Trail
A hike in a British Columbia rainforest
Glimpse of the (Gwa’dzi) Quatse River
Photos of North Vancouver Island’s Quatse River and Black Bears in Port Hardy’s Backyard.
Visitors to Hardy Bay
Brief photo and story view of Hardy Bay’s shore birds, Port Hardy, North Vancouver Island.
Pleasures in Still Waterways
Beautiful pristine lake hide-a-ways on North Vancouver Island… and relaxed conversations with a Cutthroat Trout
Nature’s Rare Frozen Marvel
Photos and story of Natures rare remarkable hair-like strands of ice
Remarkable Suquash Shore
Short story about North Vancouver Island’s Suquash beach, indigenous use, and Black Oystercatcher bird life