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.