It’s amazing how working for a living can cut into one’s time for camping, traveling, and blogging. Well, that’s my story and I’m sticking to it!
But here are some more photos from our great weekend out at Revelstoke lake, north of the town of the same name in central British Columbia.
Although we had managed to score a camp spot on the shore all to ourselves, there were a lot of other campers just down the shoreline. Water levels were down a bit, so there was just enough exposed shoreline to walk down and check it out.
Back at my camp, I was surprised to see an otter swimming by up the lakeshore. I did a fast-draw on the camera and got a photo, but once again it was just too far away to see anything other than a ripple in the still water. Same effect for a brood of young merganzers all riding by on their mother’s back!
We went for a drive up to the north end of the lake where another Dam, the Mica Dam holds back the water in Kinbasket lake. We were camped at about the 60km mark up the lake, but it was another 70 or 75 km to the end of the lake and the Mica Dam.
Near the dam itself, we surprised a nice cinnamon coloured black bear feeding roadside.
There was a good sized town of 4000 people at the peak of construction in the 1970’s, but now there is still a very small village, also called Mica Creek.
Some of the housing looks like it is being prepared for demolition, moving, or perhaps renovations.
Plans to get out camping on another nearby lake this weekend were scrapped due to continuing cool, rainy weather.
Next post may include some bear photos from work?