Wednesday, 5 August 2015

Exploring Vancouver BC - The Sea To Sky Highway, BC

This is a scenic photo post and not quilty/sewing related in the slightest if that's not for you then look away now!  If you think you'd like to see some pics of a little piece of heaven otherwise known as British Columbia, Canada then stick around.

Sea To Sky Highway, Route 99, BC Road Trip - May 2015

Porteau Cove
(one of my most favourite places ever)

Brandy Wine Falls and Daisy Lake


Tantalus Lookout

Shannon Falls
(filming location for Twilight 'Breaking Dawn' movie)

Sea To Sky Gondola overlooking Howe Sound

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  1. This looks a lot like Norway, thank you for sharing.

  2. I would love to go to BC. My parents took me when I was young but I don't remember that much. Really beautiful photos!

  3. Lovely and that cove reminds me so much of Ship Harbor Trail in Acadia National Park in Maine. One of my favorite places on earth. Enjoy

  4. My family vacation next summer is to BC and Canada. Thanks for the picture show.


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