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Revelstoke & Sicamous, BC
We’ve been back from our trip for over a month and I still have photos to share, I think I am postponing sharing them all because looking at them reminds me of the days when it was warm and sunny, as opposed to the cold and snow we are dealing with now.
On our way to Revelstoke we stopped at the Giant Cedar Boardwalk Trail. The name pretty much sums it up, it was a nice little stop along the way.
This photo is a re-creation of one that we have of Delten when he was 4 or 5 and he was posed like this next to a dinosaur, he looked tough but really he was just too scared to get any closer.
Just look at those roots!
The next day we made another little stop on our way to Sicamous, this time we stopped at Crazy Creek. Waterfalls are one of my favorite things in nature, they are just so beautiful.
Also, a little side note, the people that run the shop and maintain the suspension bridge and walkways are Christians and had numerous papers posted with stories and verses from the Bible. I thought it was pretty neat.
In Sicamous we visited the Dutchman Dairy, it’s a dairy farm where they make and sell their own ice cream, cheese and some pretty good chocolate milk (second only to Saskatchewan’s Dairyland chocolate milk). I am kind of embarrassed with how many pictures I took when we were there, considering I grew up on a dairy farm and all.
The ugliest duck I ever did see. Definitely the ugly duckling.
Excuse my KJV but three asses asses, how could I pass that up.
If you ever travel from Golden to Sicamous these are three places I would recommend stopping at and would love to stop at again sometime.
Amazing! Those giant trees are awesome. Beautiful nature and amazing photography, Chantel. I love the tractor photos, too!
Wow sis, you took a lot of great pictures. It is hard to believe it was only a month and a half ago that we had the pleasure of watching Dad cross that suspension bridge. Good times.
P.S. All the pictures of Rae are beautiful!
Haha, I feel bad that Dad’s fear of heights makes me laugh. Poor guy.
Such gorgeous, heart-warming photos. Those trees are truly amazing – God is such an awesome creator!
Yes, He sure is Ronnie!