Just some coolio trees during one of my birthday hikes.
Our local waterfall… but nothing will ever compare to swimming under the one in Australia.
Hell’s Gate is an abrupt narrowing of the Fraser River. The rock walls plunge towards each other, forcing the waters through a passage only 35 metres wide. The name was derived from the journal of explorer Simon Fraser, who in 1808 described this narrow passage as “a place where no human should venture, for surely these are the gates of Hell.”
The last day of the local tulip festival, Bloom, in May was the first day of my birthday celebration.
The Kittens are officially balcony trained and ready for summer.