(Written on November 3)
Another weekend has come and there's still no snow! It's a great day to get out to do another hike with the Caledonia Ramblers. On Sunday, November 3, I joined them for a local hike up in the North Nechako area. It was nice to be able to sleep in, but still take a hike in!
I am amazed at how many sunny days that we have been getting and this particular Sunday, it was no exception. At least 19 people showed up to enjoy the good weather and views.
As we left where we had parked our cars, I was getting excited about seeing this group of larches that a person had planted in memorian. It wasn't too hard of a hike though there was some climbing.
Soon, we reached the small grove of them. They still had needles on them, though many were on the ground. It was nice to see some yellow still as most deciduous trees have now lost their leaves. We stopped for a bit time to enjoy snacks and the view of the Nechako River below us.
Soon it was time to move on. We explored around the area and had to do some bushwhacking. It was a bit more then on the Slim Creek hike the weekend before, but we somehow managed.
|Mushrooms on a frozen ground|