Aug 11, 2016

Some Work Days Are More Fun Than Others...

Time out at Brooks Falls in Monkman Provincial Park.

A break from aerial shooting at the Limestone Lakes in B.C.'s Central Rocky Mountains (Ridge Rotors Inc., ridgerotors.com). We sipped blueberry wine and the Geopark Manager Sarah Gamble discovered an ancient flint-knapping site! — at Tumbler Ridge Unesco Global Geopark.

Meltwater from Bulley Glacier, British Columbia— at Tumbler Ridge Unesco Global Geopark.

A Wild River Adventure Tours jetboat speeds under Kinuseo Falls in western Canada's first Geopark (wildrivertours.ca).

A theropod dinosaur cruised along this northern British Columbian creekbank 94 million years ago. I walked briefly in its footsteps, via a lantern-lit tour at the Tumbler Ridge Unesco Global Geopark (http://bit.ly/2b10ct9). Fantastic stuff!


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