Fall in Love With Peace River

Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Just some photos I took today. My camera really does not do them justice.


Looking Southward from the highway. (Sorry for the sun-glare.)



Rabbit tracks in the mud.

Looking northward from the highway to the town of Peace River.

Beyond this train trestle is a hill, and up the hill (to the left) is our house.
(The train passes a half a block to the east of us.)

This is, beyond doubt, the loveliest fall I have ever experienced. The beauty of this town continues to astound me.

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5 comments

  1. It looks gorgeous! Peace River truly is a lovely place. I've always liked it. It's prairies, prairies, prairies and then all of a sudden the prettiest valley drops away from you. I'm glad you're enjoying it so much!

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  2. Wow! You live in a lanscape painting... so very jealousy-inducing.

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  3. Very pretty. Who is this 12 foot Davis character?

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  4. Colleen - Surprised by beauty, I should have called this post. Yes, I always thought it was one of the prettiest places I had ever been to, even before I lived here.

    Rohini - It is a lot like a painting, isn't it? Of course, you don't have to worry about layers and layers of clothing for six months out of the year, so the jealousy is reciprocated!

    Fence - I'm not certain, but I know he was one of the pioneers of this area. I imagine the "twelve-foot" part refers to his legend. I keep meaning to take the kids to the museum, but we haven't gotten there yet. However, there is a 12-foot wooden statue of Davis downtown--I am sure the sign is referring to more than the statue, though!

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  5. Are the waters so blue? They sure look very peaceful indeed. Post more pictures of the place.

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