Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes

Early Fall Excursion in the Kootenays

Last week we were blessed with three days of perfect early fall weather that is typically described as Indian summer. The air was crisp. When the morning fog lifted from the valley, the sun brilliantly illuminated the landscape and the sky was finally blue, which we had been missing so much during the wildfires. We followed the lower Arrow Lake to the picturesque town of Nakusp, then turned south past Box Lake and stopped at the beautiful Summit Lake. Then we moved on to New Denver where we took in the sights of the the Slocan Lake with its Valhalla Mountains presenting a magnificent backdrop. Here is a small sample of our trip. Enjoy.

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  1. Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes

    On Wednesday, September 29, 2021, The Peter and Gertrud Klopp Family Project wrote:

    > Peter Klopp posted: ” Early Fall Excursion in the Kootenays Last week we > were blessed with three days of perfect early fall weather that is > typically described as Indian summer. The air was crisp. When the morning > fog lifted from the valley, the sun brilliantly illuminated” >

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      1. I think they would have to rely on political partners, which might get them out of the frying pan into the fire. Both, the Russians and Americans are very interested … not to forget the Chinese.

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    1. That the first picture has the greatest emotional impact on my followers is clear from the comments I received for this post. I also notice a certain kinship among the bloggers that follow each other. Thank you for your words of appreciation, Linda!

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