Searching for Salish Sea Snow

Last Sunday, just to find a little snow, we went for a walk in Cypress Provincial Park, at an altitude over 3000 feet. We had a pleasant stroll along the Howe Sound Crest trail to the Bowen Island Lookout. Then we took the cabin trail (below the nordic ski area), in to Hollyburn lodge. It was closed awaiting more snow and some skiers.

For those of us who like snow… today it is here. Story in the next pane [click the title if you cannot see it…]

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There was rain, then sleet on Monday. When I took a ferry to town for meetings on Tuesday afternoon, Snug Cove was looking cold and frosty.


It has been a chilly week here on the Island.

And then some snow yesterday, then a big dump today.

These last pictures were taken today as dusk approached and it was still snowing. Not a great picture, but that is the best I could capture of the hummingbird at the feeder outside my office. The little bird made many visits this afternoon. These are all thumbnails, please click for the full image.


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