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Perkins Peak Again

Sanjey (see two posts back) took this photo as he flew from Vancouver to Whitehorse.  He was thrilled to realize he was flying right over Perkins Peak again, the mountain he had climbed.  The peak is a little to the … Continue reading

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Perkins Peak Revisited

Ever since I went to Perkins Peak at the end of June, I have wanted to revisit it.  However, the weather has always been too bad. Finally, a month after the first trip, we had 3 fine days in a row. … Continue reading

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Perkins Peak Part Two

I decided not to try and climb to the top of Perkins Peak as I had already spent such a long time photographing flowers.  Instead, a walk along the almost horizontal ridge between me and the mountain itself seemed to … Continue reading

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After the Solstice

The weather, after the solstice, is finally mostly sunny.  I still cannot get over how green the Chilcotin is.  The faint hint of brown in the roadside verge is not through drought, as is usual at this time of year, … Continue reading

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Spring Update

I still can’t get used to the new spring green.  The Chilcotin is never green for long – by August it has usually dried up and turned brown. Crazy beetles are whizzing about on the pond.Most of the cut-leaf fleabanes … Continue reading

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