I climbed up on an enormous bolder optimistically waiting for the stunning sky that did not materialize. Still, it was a good view for someone playing king-of-the-castle-for-one.
Here during a hike along the Wild Pacific Trail, I stopped to watch the swells play through the shoreline rocks. Once again, time well spent!
A man casts for a big one along the Campbell River on Vancouver Island.
This spot is about 2.5 hrs from the Vesuvius Ferry Terminal on Salt Spring Island. (via the inland super hwy.)
* this post was previously published in error; it’s happily taken its rightful place today.
Still cool, gorgeous and green in a nearby river. A place to be during this drought.
Can you have a drought in a temperate rainforest?
Update July 3, 11 am:
Apparently the answer is yes. It’s official:
VICTORIA – Responding to dry conditions, the Government of B.C. has announced a Level 4 drought rating for Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands, and taken the additional action of suspending angling in streams and rivers throughout southern Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands due to ongoing low stream flows and warming water temperatures.
…more info at the govt. website.