the high school singer featured on this recent post is in grade nine
Strange as it seems I was in this forest on business when I stumbled upon this surprise.
Anyone know the make, model, year?
Turning the corner along a new-to-me Salt Spring Island trail yielded this startling view.
More moss bumps, this time growing on trees.
Perhaps this is a metaphor for the startling growth of personal debt in Canada.
Moss covered Cedars lean towards the light in one of the Island’s temperate rainforests.
There’s a nice pebble beach in the bay and a large smooth rock areas at the point. Views extend across to the Channel Islands and to the Beaver Point area. I could hear announcements as a ferry passed several kilometres away. Other than that, the sights and sounds were perfect.
OK, that’s it for the Chris Hatfield Trail. As mentioned earlier, the built structures and other surprises (which I did photograph…) remain for you to discover as you walk another of Salt Spring Island’s interesting hiking trails.
Photographs of Salt Spring Island and areas reachable by ferry and road (and sometimes off-road).
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