Powell River Books Blog

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Blog Tags:Canada, British Columbia, books, travel, cooking, gardening, life, flying, outdoors
Country:Canada
State/Province:British Columbia
Location:Powell River

The Powell River Books Blog features posts about off-the-grid living in a float cabin on Powell Lake in Coastal BC, outdoors activities and the Coastal BC series of books written by Wayne J. Lutz.



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A little over a year ago I saved directions about how to make a twirling bottle bird feeder from one of my favourite blogs, Wanderin' Weeta (With Waterfowl and Weeds).The twirling design was to make it squirrel proof. My problem isn't squirrels, but...

Old Timer

on Aug 2, 2017

For more wordless pictures from around the world check out Wordless Wednesday. It’s time for “Outdoor Wednesday.” Click HERE for more outdoor pictures. -- Margy...

This year I grew two key ingredients for my dill pickles. Of course, the first was pickling cucumbers. The other was dill. I picked up a seedling at the nursery. Boy has it grown and do the bumblebees love it.I selected a recipe from my favourite Fac...

One of our favourite spots to take the barge and quads is the head of Goat Lake. Because of a large construction project last year at a friend's cabin we didn't get there. Last week was our best chance while the lake level was still high enough.Barge...

Goat Lake Reflections

on Jul 21, 2017

On our recent trip to Goat Lake we had beautiful weather.Goat Lake reflections on a calm afternoon.After mid-day uplake winds calmed we had a beautiful view with mirrored reflections to the southwest.Stop by Weekend Reflections for more great photos...

We had a friend come visit us at the float cabin this week. He arrived in a very special way. It was Kurt in his Christen (Aviat) Husky floatplane.Wayne with Kurt and his Husky floatplane at our new dock.He dropped in from a beautiful mackerel sky an...

Attaching the new front deck to our main float.On June 20 I shared about our new front deck. John built the structure down at his place and towed it into place at our cabin. It uses two large cedar logs and 55-gallon plastic barrels for flotation. Th...