Height of Land
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Height of Land

Height of Land

 

In the far distance are the hills and mountains that form the eastern slopes of the Okanagan Valley.

 

It’s very hard to believe that after walking only a few days and paddling a couple that the landscapes, the weather, and the forests can be so very different.

 

Today, I was stared at by sheep (the mountain variety as opposed to the Bo Peep), elk, cows, horses, and cowboys. The response is universal: they stop, stand stock-still, and stare until I plod out of eye-line. Can’t say I fault ‘em for it.

 

But the wildlife, cowboys included, mean I am not really anywhere near where I started. These pictures prove it.