There are fires in all directions, for the fourth year in a row. Note the smoke above, in the Okanagan, and below, in the Cariboo. Cough cough. There’s a lot of talk […]
Glacial rivers might have been cold places once. Now that they are mature, they are warm, and blooming, too. It’s a fun thing to walk in these crevices in the 2-kilometre-thick ice… […]
The river flowed through the ice 12,000 years ago, and left these sinuous eskers as a bed. And the trees still flow through the ice boundary in a late spring morning. Glorious!