Anytime of the year seems to be a good time of the year for a road trip around British Columbia. There is beauty at every turn. Everywhere you look its like a postcard.
As you can see, Autumn is definitely no exception. With the mist hanging low in the valley, the changing colours in the leaves and a winding train track, what’s not to love!
Earthquake is this week’s weather word from Jennifer Nichole-Wells and her One Word Photo Challenge.
Every so often we hear there’s been an earthquake off the Alaskan Coast. With that comes both tsunami and avalanche warnings. With all these mountains surrounding us, sadly so much could happen with not only the snow but all that ice!
Fortunately there have been no massive tremors close to land, only minor ones. Yet oddly, I’ve never felt a single bump here. Actually, I’ve felt more rumbles from earthquakes living in Australia than I have living here near Alaska!
Close to where I took my photograph of the Forgotten Shed for Robyn’s One-Four-Challenge, are these railway lines. From this angle the lines seem to go on forever.
It’s such a shame that it’s only freight trains that come in our little town as it would be wonderful, if only for the summer months, passenger trains could also rumble down these tracks!