Last Week Matt and I decided to take a cruise way into the Elaho Valley. We discovered a logging road that went straight up the side of a mountain. Putting us even with the Glaciers across the valley. It was a scary drive up, but a breath taking view! As well there are photos of my favourite mountain! I believe it's actual name is the Vulcan's Thumb, but we have named it Mount Doom. Can't wait to hike to the base of it and explore it further!
As I said in my previous blog entry, yesterday I was up in Squamish Valley to view the amazingly high water. This is the highest I have ever seen the water and apparently most have ever seen it. Watched search and rescue out helping trapped campers in the valley from the washed out roads. Of course I had to snap some photos of the flood waters, but we do things in style.
The First Bear in the backyard of the year! Summer is here! Excited for my favourite visitors to come back to my backyard and enjoy our berries, grass and fruit!
I also went for an amazing drive out Pemberton the other day and found a crazy forestry road. It went straight up a mountain. The views were incredible!
This week I have Media Coverage for the World Ski and Snowboard Festival! Today I was out photographing the Big Air competition! Here is a sneak peak!... A random astronaut went flying over the jump at one point. It was awesome! Amazing talent! Oh yes and the above photo is what I came home too! The most amazing sun set! Taken from the other side of the street from my house! Oh Squamish I love you!!!!
We got a huge amount of snow today so I ran out to The Spit in Squamish and snapped off some photographs. Saw a cougar while out photographing a Golden Eagle. Didn't see as many eagles as I was hoping for but lots of other birds and beautiful scenes.
Was out at The Spit today in Squamish. The river looked so amazing with the snow everywhere and it was so calm. I went down to the water but wasn't quite able to get the photo I was hoping for. So I looked up. There was a perfect tree to climb! Climbed up about 10 feet and had to use my shoulder to push the branch above up out of the photo and then my foot was pushing the lower branch down out of the photo. This was the result!!