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Day 4 / July 5, 2017 - Keremeos, BC to Greenwood, BC

After a particularly unrestful night for both Mike and me (strong winds to blame), we woke to cool temperatures and favourable headwinds. We had a long day ahead including another mountain pass, so an early start was crucial. 680 more words

British Columbia

Day 3 / July 4, 2017 - Manning Park, BC to Keremeos, BC

Today was supposed to be a more leisurely day in preparation for two more vigorous days ahead. Sure it was a long stretch, but the net elevation was -700 meters. 460 more words

British Columbia

The 2017 Market Season is Upon Us!

Welcome back to Parsons Farm Market!

After a long, damp winter, we are gearing up for an incredible summer in the Similkameen. It’s always our favourite time of year – the endless sunshine & starry, clear nights, the bounty of fruits & vegetables from our orchard and farm, and when we have a moment, the relief from the heat with a swim in the river. 307 more words

In Season

Keremeos taxidermist charged with illegally shooting elk and other wildlife offenses

A Keremeos taxidermist has been charged with numerous offenses under the Wildlife Act.

The Conservation Officer Service investigation started with the poaching of a 5-point bull elk near Cranbrook in October 2015. 80 more words

Crime

Day 8 - Hedley to Okanagan Lake Provincial Park

Day 8 – Hedley to Okanagan Lake Provincial Park. This was the first day of my second week, which seems to have passed very quickly, and what a great day it was, mainly for all the people I met. 1,573 more words

The Mysterious Similkameen

Here where the glaciers ground each other to a halt and ate down into the earth instead, the Apex volcanic complex meets the North Cascades. 12 more words

Nature Photography