Thompson Rivers Interior Paddling Society (TRIPS) has been around for a number of years and has organized group paddling (canoeing, kayaking, and SUP) on our rivers and lakes, but has also organized Learn to Paddle Courses, safety and Rescue, and paddling competitions.
Recently we built them a new website, which is still not fully complete, but interested paddlers can still have a look at what they are planning:
A collection of images taken while kayaking can now be seen at this link: On the Trails – Paddling Reflections … Continue reading →
While paddling on Harper Lake, I spotted some movement at the remote west end of the lake. As I approached closer I could see two cubs in the open as well as the longer/larger mother partially hidden in the forest. … Continue reading →
We launched our kayaks in Comox Lake with the intention of paddling down the lake far enough to see the end of the glacier-fed lake, but strong winds came up so we ended up paddling a loop around the east … Continue reading →
On the west side of Stake Lake is an osprey nest at the top of a broken-top fir tree. Eggs were laid by the mating pair and then were incubated for about 40 days. The chicks hatched then nested for … Continue reading →