Mount Boucherie, Hiking an Inactive Volcano

Mount Boucherie, Hiking an Inactive Volcano

Mount Boucherie, Hiking an Inactive Volcano To imagine thick lava flows pouring down the surface of the mountain was nearly unbelievable. What kind of pressure could make rock so hot that it turned to liquid… Mount Boucherie is located on the west side of the Okanagan Lake, in West Kelowna, BC.  It stands only 1368 feet[…]

Basic Instagram Editing

Basic Instagram Editing

Basic Instagram Editing “Lighting, Colour, Definition”     Instagram is quickly becoming a standard for displaying photography, whether it is personal or professional.  Everyone seems to be connected through it, and hashtags are displayed everywhere. Businesses advertise through it, girls boast model-like photos, and travel photographers (like myself) try to shine through the multitude of others[…]

Hiking the Othello Tunnels

Hiking the Othello Tunnels

Hiking the Othello Tunnels “The three tunnels cut through the thick granite of the Coquihalla Canyon and all lined up perfectly straight.” Originally used as a train route in the 1900s by the Canadian Pacific Railway, the Othello Tunnels have become an amazing part of the Coquihalla Canyon near Hope, BC. The trail is approximately[…]

Dangerous and Abandoned Blue Hawk Mine

Dangerous and Abandoned Blue Hawk Mine

Dangerous and Abandoned Blue Hawk Mine   The Blue Hawk Mine is an obscure and abandoned mine gold and silver mine that can be found on eastern slope of Blue Grouse mountain near Kelowna, BC. Work on the site began in the 1930s, and extended just later than 1986. The mineshaft itself goes approximately 300[…]

Vernon Towne Theatre and Its Ghosts

Vernon Towne Theatre and Its Ghosts

Vernon Towne Theatre and Its Ghosts This location is the only place that has actually scared me to the point of almost having to leave the building… I was not looking or even expecting to experience anything paranormal while I tried to kill some time in Vernon, BC. I had been researching allegedly haunted places[…]