This page is dedicated to my dear friend Carla van Zalinge, who left this world so suddenly, in the autumn of her life. AN ODE TO THE MUSHROOM Molecules flow through space ebbing and eddying a single cell forms into … Continue reading
I wasn’t going to photograph fungi this year but inspired by my brother’s photos I did get the itch again, so off we went, to Golden Ears park. It was a beautiful, sunny day and we definitely weren’t the only … Continue reading
October 12, 2016 A gorgeous, sunny day and a gloomy, wet forecast for the days to come. So out we went, to Golden Ears Provincial Park, Maple Ridge. We do this every year, in search of mushrooms. Not to eat, … Continue reading
Posted in British Columbia, Golden Ears Provincial Park. October 12, 2016
Tagged Alouette Lake, BC, beach, British Columbia, Canada, Golden Ears Provincial Park, Inukshuk, Maple Ridge, Mushrooms, nature, travel
To celebrate a momentous birthday in our family, my sister came over from The Netherlands to celebrate with us. The second day of her visit, or first full day to be precise, the sun was shining so we hopped in … Continue reading
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Tagged bald eagle, BC, British Columbia, Canada, Fraser River, Golden Ears bridge, Horseshoe Bay, Katzie First Nations, Maple Ridge, Nanoose Bay, nature, Osprey village, Pacific Shores resort, Pacific Shores Resort and Spa, Pitt meadows marina, Pitt River, Pitt River bridge, Sandhill crane, snow, Squamish, travel, Tsawwassen, vacation, Vancouver, Vancouver Island, White Rock
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June 8 The much anticipated and long-awaited visit of my brother and sisters finally became reality. They arrived at Vancouver airport with a huge banner to wish me a happy birthday 🙂 June 9 Trying to ease my special guests … Continue reading
Tagged Alexandra Bridge, BC, Blue Grouse Country Inn, Botanical Beach, British Columbia, China Beach, Clearwater, Dikes, Fraser Canyon, French Beach, Juan de Fuca Trail, Kidd's B&B, Kumsheen Rafting Resort, Lake Cowichan, Lone Butte, nature, Pemberton, Pitt Lake, Pitt Meadows, Poole Creek, Sooke, Sunshine Cottage B&B, travel, vacation, Vancouver, Vancouver Island, Victoria, Wells Gray Provincial Park
Maple Ridge celebrated Canada’s 147’s birthday today. Under a blue sky and a hot sun people were enjoying themselves, proudly displaying the maple leaf, one way or the other.
May 13, a beautiful, sunny day. Perfect for a sea lion safari. I found out about this amazing tour in an email from Destination BC. It connected me with Steveston Eco Tours and subsequently with Bruce Livingston, the captain. We left … Continue reading
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Tagged BC, Bonaparte's Gull, Britannia Shipyards National Historic Site, British Columbia, Canada, Destination BC, eagles, Glaucous-winged gull, nature, Richmond, sea lions, Steveston, Steveston Eco Tours, travel, Western Sandpiper