Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes

Wednesday’s Photos

More Tall Grasses and Beauty in the Thicket

The Alberta rose had her hay-day, the creeks are adopting a more tranquil tone, and the local golf course is busier than ever in spite of Covid-19. But Nature shows a more summer-like appearance now. The wild cherry trees are loaded, the Saskatoon berries are getting ripe and as reported last week my wife and I have been picking huckleberries, the wild relatives of the blueberry. Here is another set of recent photos I took when taking a leisurely walk with my wife along the edge of the local golf course. Enjoy.

19 thoughts on “Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes

  1. The bounty of summer harvest is wonderful. Enjoy the huckleberry picking. Noticed your photo of fireweed. Here in Alaska, when it flowers at the top we have 6 weeks until we may see snow or cold temperatures.

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  2. Beautiful! Since you mentioned golf, it should be counted as the most social distancing friendly pursuit. Most self-respecting courses being upward of 150 acres, you will never have more than 1 person per acre on a golf course. No wonder they are booming 🙂

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