Mhairi Marcella took this shot on October 2 as proof that fall might have gone AWOL and let winter play substitute. If this image strikes you as much as it strikes me, you'll be happy to hear that Mhairi has agreed to take up our invitation to guestagram for us for the week starting 7 … Continue reading Snowline creeping down Ts’zil is our barometer of the changing seasons. Photo by Mhairi Marcella
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Take the heat out of summer traffic and slow ‘er down. Even when school’s out, the 30km/hr limit still applies in downtown Pemberton and Mount Currie.
Richenda Grafton posted this to Sea To Sky Road Conditions on June 17 at 7:34am, and I was struck by her positive tone, despite the massive frustration driving the post. I have been in a hurry for years, so I am sympathetic to that crazed adrenalized feeling of wanting to get where you're going, get stuff done, get back, … Continue reading Take the heat out of summer traffic and slow ‘er down. Even when school’s out, the 30km/hr limit still applies in downtown Pemberton and Mount Currie.
Gary Martin pays respect to Ts’zil, our mountain
There are two things I hope you get out of this photo, from Gary Martin, reposted from his instagram account. The first, as is always our intention when we share the work of local photographers: an injection of appreciation, into your day, of this place we live. Second, the reminder, to never put anybody in … Continue reading Gary Martin pays respect to Ts’zil, our mountain
Community Advisory – Mt. Currie Seismic Survey Work & Public Safety Risk Assessment underway this week
via Village of Pemberton As part of the Mt. Currie Safety Risk Assessment, licensed blasters will be conducting Seismic Refraction Surveys commencing on July 26th. The work is expected to continue for a maximum of a week. These surveys are conducted by laying a survey line and cable, then a corresponding line of small holes … Continue reading Community Advisory – Mt. Currie Seismic Survey Work & Public Safety Risk Assessment underway this week
wood and stone, and worlds in-between: Polek Rybczynski’s photo of the day takes us through the aeons of geological time
Today, Polek shares his photo journal entry from June 16, 2017. Feel like home?
Dave Steers manages to get Mt Currie and Mt Meager in the same photograph
Two iconic mountains. They pretty much define our skyline, whichever direction we're headed. Dave Steers figured out how to get them both in the same photo, without having to go to outerspace.
Fault line – a tiny story
It’s Tuesday. Which means it’s time for a tiny story! You will be able to devour one of these bite-sized tales in between sips of coffee. But be warned, it might linger a lot longer. We kick off Tiny Stories Tuesdays with the second place from the Library’s 2016 contest, adult edition. Congratulations to Hillary … Continue reading Fault line – a tiny story
Patience, grasshopper: a lesson from the snowflake in concert with photographer Shayla Wallace
Shayla Wallace shares this image and thought-prompt with us today: "Patience is not sitting and waiting, it is forseeing. It is looking at the thorn and seeing the rose, looking at the night and seeing the day." -Shams Tabrizi Here I am looking at the snow, and seeing the snowflake.
News from Lil’wat Nation: Taking Action about Roaming Horses
As beautiful a sight as it is, to see a herd of wild horses out grazing in big open fields, it's scary when driving home at dusk, to think there might be horses on the road. Horses at large in our neighbourhood is an issue the leadership at Lil'wat Nation are addressing. Kudos to Chief … Continue reading News from Lil’wat Nation: Taking Action about Roaming Horses
Shayla Wallace does some blue-sky envisioning in today’s feature photo