I just found out that a sandhill crane, or more precisely, a flock of them, was the indirect inspiration for the Sea to Sky Gondola. Co-founder Trevor Dunn said he was out trail running in the Chilcotins years ago, when he launched over a ridge and landed amidst a flock of cranes. They took off … Continue reading Bird Watch: Sandhill Cranes
Get ready for summer fun in and around the many lakes and rivers in our area or near the many beaches by the ocean! Useful tips and information to be prepared for summer water safety: Water Safety Tips
Polek Rybczynski is going strong with his daily photo practice. Take a peek at the ongoing project at He chose this image to share as the Photo of the Week. It is from a few days ago and I love it. I got lucky and got a flock of high migrating birds flying in formation. … Continue reading Photo of the Week: Polek Rybczynski
Last month, Tanya Richman wrote a post for us about the value of writing thank you notes, or taking the time to express your appreciation of someone. (Check it out here: https://thewellnessalmanac.com/2014/05/15/on-gratitude-parenthood-and-zoya-jiwa/)
Today, I saw this post from the Timber Framers Guild, who received a nice packet of thank you cards from Mrs Leverton’s kindergarten class.
This is not to be missed!
Mrs. Leverton’s kindergarten class visited the site and clearly enjoyed making their thank-you cards. Some of them were pretty astute in what they noticed.
Check out the full PDF and relive your early youth, for a minute! Thanks, all of you superb young ones!
The Pemberton Breeding Bird Survey takes place this Saturday. It's a great way for new birders to meet up with old birders... Participants team up with expert birders from outside the valley, too, as the BC Ornithologists send a delegation to assist. Bring water, sunhat, binoculars and sharp eyes. Extra binoculars will be available. Meet at 8am … Continue reading Breeding Bird Survey, Sat June 7, 8:00am – noon