Big lake, big fun!
Pshaw. 150 metres above that lake.
Rocks! Not just any rocks, either. Lake rocks, river rocks, and rocks that have fallen off a cliff, all together. We’re talking shores.
Glacial lakes the size of seas, rivers flowing beside glacial arms, and debris carried by the glacier and dropped here when it melted, on the ancient floor of the sea…
… which the ice rounded off nicely into waves. The image below would have been deep underwater 11,000 years ago.
The land looks dry. With red-tailed hawks doing lovely fly-bys.
But it’s water.
On the Coast, water flows.
Here it causes flowing.
Same thing. Same water. Same presence, just falling there as rain and lifting into the air here and carrying you with it.
Some call this land Cascadia. That’s only the half of it.
I left names off of the images here in the hope that it would help you see them all as one.