Friday, October 21, 2011

Ferry Trails

Last week we had some spectacular sunsets, but this one was the best. The sun is setting earlier, so the North Island Princess arriving at 6:50 caught the last light of day.

A moment later, you could see the wake trail she left glistening in the hot pink glow.

Come to Powell River and ride the North Island Princess to nearby Texada Island for an adventure and sunset tour. -- Margy


  1. It's hard to go wrong with the wonderful sunsets we get Paul. - Margy

  2. Great sunset. Lovely :0) Have a nice weekend :0)

  3. I live on the east side of Haida Gwaii so don't get the spectacular sunsets....mighty pretty sunrises though. Beautiful captures Margy! Have a great weekend.
    P.S. I am looking at the same toilet for the cabin that you put in. Are you satisfied with it? How does the fan work if it is a NE? Just got the stove (a tiny Jotul) in and will have the first fire tomorrow with a glass of wine!!

  4. Glorious photos, Margy. Incredible color. I want so much to move back to the coast but I know the humidity doesn't agree with me, so I just love your photos, from Powell River and also from the Bellingham area, which is so much like White Rock.

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

  5. Oh wow so stunning I so love it. ^_^ Happy weekend!

    Sky Watch

  6. that was a stunner

  7. Now you see it, now you don't! Lovely shots, Margy.

  8. Thanks everyone for stopping by and commenting on my SWF sunset.

    Carolyn - The Sunmar composting toilet is working fine so far. I'll stop by your blog with more info.

    Kay - Not sure I'd like living too far from the sea, even though in LA I rarely saw it.


  9. Beautiful, beautiful pictures, that is some some sunset. How lucky you are to see sights like that xxx

  10. Absolutely stunning! That glorious sky alone would be beautiful enough, but its refection in the water is such a bonus - gorgeous photos! Thank you for sharing it with us!


We welcome your comments and questions. - Wayne and Margy