People! I took Hank to Buse Lake, and it got seriously weird . . . set the Quality to “High” in Youtube (1080p) for this freaky video! And volume up!
The wet fall has certainly been a boon to mushroom enthusiasts, especially in the Douglas Fir forests and above. I have even seen mushrooms sprouting in our driest grasslands. While I am not very experienced at identifying mushrooms and related … Continue reading →
Report submitted by Margaret Graham and photos by Adele Stapleton
On Saturday, five brave souls ignored the forecast for rain showers and headed out to Roderick Haig-Brown Park to view the salmon in the Adams River. We chose the September 22nd date to avoid the crowds of people who will be converging on the park during the Salute to the Sockeye Festival Sept. 28 to Oct. 21. Unfortunately, we didn’t see any fish in the park, although we enjoyed the stroll along the wooded path and read the signage about the salmon and the Secwepemc people.
Recent rains are bringing up fall mushrooms. Here are a few to be on the lookout for. … Continue reading →