June - July 2014
Somewhere over the rainbow, canoes paddle the lower Stikine. Photo: Dave Quinn
In This Issue
Nadina Mountain Provincial Park south of Houston is large, hard to access, little-visited, non-motorized and has no facilities—but what a spectacular peak!
Heading to a music festival often means embracing all styles and genres of music.
I’m hanging out with a few keen paragliders at a launch site below Malkow Lookout, just outside Smithers.
“How about this one?” The tide was low and we were looking for solid sticks to brace ourselves as we waded across the Tlell River.
For central-interior fly-fishers, April ice-off at Dragon Lake is the surest remedy to shake cabin fevers and winter blues that have been festering since freeze-up last November.
Tumbler Ridge was founded over 30 years ago on a single resource: coal.
“When you first see the lower Stikine, it’ll make you want to puke,” exclaimed a canoe guide friend when I told him our plans to spend 10 days paddling 240 kilometres of the lower Stikine River from Telegraph Creek to Wrangell, Alaska.
The dandelion is a plant that gives and gives...
No one was eating the mashed potatoes.
It’s 5 a.m. and people are everywhere, scuttling onto boats like tiny crabs searching for shelter.
Jeremy Stewart and I share a similar dreamland.
On March 28, an article by Lucy Woods appeared on the PV Tech site (pv-tech.org) entitled, “Minnesota utilities commission upholds landmark solar versus gas ruling.”