Bella Coola Valley Part Two

I was down in the Bella Coola Valley for 5 days.  Most of the time it rained.

Courbold's cabinKatie and Dennis’s property at Stuie houses four cabins drowned in trees.

Stuie cabinThe rain put a sheen on the fall colours in the underbrush.

red huckleberry and thimbleberryThe forest here is very different from that around Ginty Creek.  Huge firs, cedars and hemlocks dominate.

esker trail at StuieThe closeup abstracts that I photographed reflected the gloom.

fronds of wester red cedar

birch leaves

The sun poked through occasionally.  One morning I was lucky enough to catch the sunrise light on Mt Supendous as it appeared briefly among the clouds.

sunrise on Mt Stupendous

 

 

About wilderness dweller

I have lived for more than 30 years as a Wilderness Dweller. Most of that time was in cabins I built myself far from the nearest road, high in the mountains of British Columbia, Canada. My "retirement" home is accessible by a bush road but still far from neighbours. I live off the grid, and operate this blog by solar-powered satellite internet.
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2 Responses to Bella Coola Valley Part Two

  1. colin backshall says:

    hi chris. Just wondered if you will be coming anywhere near nanaimo on your fall trip this year, it would be great to meet you.

  2. Dominika says:

    That last picture looks like it wasn’t taken on our planet 🙂

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