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Up on Powell Lake the Dogwood trees are in bloom. Like everything this spring, they started a bit early.
As the fisherman's saying goes, "When the dogwoods are in bloom, fishing is good."
The Pacific Dogwood was adopted in 1956 as British Columbia's provincial flower.
I think it's a great choice. The large white flowers really stand out when you get up close.
|Pacific Dogwood in Bloom|
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|Author Wayne Lutz at Olsen Lake.|
Spring quad rides let us see lots of green and blue.
Spring is here! What a beautiful season. Mild rain is interspersed with sunny warm days and cabin owners are enjoying the good weather. And the shoulder season is so quiet and peaceful. The
Powell Lake real estate market has turned hot! There are lots of float and land options right now! Purchasing our float cabin was the best thing we ever did. Why don't you come up and see what Powell Lake has to offer.
Powell Lake Cabins and Properties
Are you interested in getting a cabin of your own? Here's an updated list of cabins and properties up the lake that are for sale. Some are through real estate agents, so you can get more information via their websites. Also, there's a unique opportunity to lease a float cabin, you pick the start date.
Powell Lake Cabin for Lease
Up the Lake (Free for Kindle and e-books)If you have any questions about Powell River, Powell Lake or cabin living, I'd be glad to help out. Just leave a comment or use the e-mail link in my profile to send me a message. -- Margy
Farther Up the Lake
Cabin Number 5
Off the Grid
A phenomenon we've seen at the cabin quite frequently when it's raining is bubbles on the surface of the calm water in our natural swimming pool.
S.T. Thoroddsen of the National University of Singapore gave a presentation at the 2001 meeting of the American Physical Society:
The formation of bubbles on puddles is a common sight during heavy rain. Here we investigate the impact dynamics during bubble formation. High-speed video shows how the well-known Worthington crown closes above the crater to form the bubble. The closing bubble forms two jets one going up and the other down into the forming bubble, thus creating a toroidal cavity, which becomes unstable leaving a single bubble.That's a very scientific explanation for such a natural process.
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