So here goes. In the fall I told you I was having an ultra sound of
Now in my second hiking post I forgot to put in the name of the location. We called it Whirl Pool Point Ridge. This is not a name you would find on a map. It's a name we made up. Where we stop on the highway the river at that point is called Whirl Pool Point. It's a mess of rumbling rapids.
The highway is number 11 or otherwise called the David Thompson. There is parking at that point in the highway and very often a little herd of Big horn sheep can be found. They come off the ridge to get water from the river.
I also found that a stray photo got into one post. I know how that happened. I also found some typos.
So I feel better that I've addressed some of my hits and misses.
Some of the mountains at Field B.C. in late June.