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Photo of the Week - 5 February 2014 (ToBeContinued)

Photographer - ToBeContinued: "You're not going to believe this.....But we are not going to be moving to a new city come the fall. A fourth city in four years just isn't in the cards. On the other hand, neither is a final move to Pender!"
9 years ago, February 5th 2014 No: 1 Msg: #179132  
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Peter and Dianne Wilson
In July 2011, Dianne and I returned from three fabulous years in China where Dianne was an administrator for Maple Leaf International Schools. To read about our China adventures, click WilsonsInChina. Dianne spent the next 4 years as an administrator in three elementary schools in B.C. In September, 2015 she officially retired. So what happens now? The nickname of this blog is ToBeContinued for a reason... ... full info
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D MJ Binkley: "I'd love to nominate this photo for photo of the week. I love the highway winding through the mountains. The light snow covered hills and trees make you want to take a road trip, go hiking or snow shoeing. This photo captures a moment and it is lovely."

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9 years ago, February 5th 2014 No: 2 Msg: #179135  
Congratulations on photo of the week. That is a beauty. Looking forward to more of your blogs. Reply to this

9 years ago, February 6th 2014 No: 3 Msg: #179142  
The Coquihalla highway links the Vancouver area of south-west BC to the Kamloops area in the middle of the province. We travel several times a year from our workplace in Vernon to our permanent home on Pender Island, near Victoria, BC. It is a beautiful highway both summer and winter but snow tires are mandatory in winter and chains must be carried. The highway is often closed for several days at a time during the winter because of snowfall and avalanches.

We hit a very pleasant window on our return trip. When the highway dipped into a valley, the road and surrounding area were almost bare. The summits were another story.

This picture was taken through the car window and turned out rather well. My photographer wife was very happy with it and the nomination!
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