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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Unloading the quads at Chippewa Bay.Summer rides are fun because the weather is usually sunny and warm. The down side is dusty roads and trails. Fall rides are just about perfect, the weather is pleasantly cool and the roads have received enough rain...

My twirling bird feeder in summer.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).I made one of my own last summer. Click here to...

N is for Pacific Ninebark During early summer, Wayne and I went on a camping trip to Vancouver Island to go quad riding on the logging roads and trails northwest of Campbell River. While we were riding north of McCreight Lake, we found an old logging...

For all of my Canadian readers and friends ...HAPPY THANKSGIVINGfromUp the Lakethe home ofwww.PowellRiverBooks.comWayne and I are enjoying a quiet holiday up the lake at our float cabin. The woodstove will keep us warm and the BBQ will fix our holida...

On Tuesday I had a wonderful experience, meeting one of my favourite authors in person. Chris Czajkowski is on a tour for her newest book about her wilderness dogs.After two events on the Lower Sunshine Coast, she came to Powell River's new library.&...

Danny Wilks is a Scotsman who was inspired to paddle more than 1000 miles through the Inside Passage from Vancouver, BC, to Alaska. His adventure is chronicled in his book This is me: Where there’s a will there’s a way – one man’s quest for A...

L is for Arctic Lupine An Arctic Lupine growing on the rocky shore.We went on a summer camping trip to the head of Goat Lake. We beached our barge to offload quads and camp on the empty deck.The next morning we rode north on Goat Main. Not far past t...