Exerpt from Powtown Post article:
|Standing on the bridge at the head of Powell Lake.|
My husband Wayne and I discovered Powell River while on a summer holiday in 2000. On a return trip in 2001 we discovered Powell Lake and its unique float cabins. The one we purchased that year has become our home in all seasons. Come along with us on a trip up the lake and see why it continues to excite and inspire us every day.
Water from rivers and glaciers in the Coastal Range flows through Powell Lake down to the short (only 500 metre) Powell River near the town that bears its name and into the Strait of Georgia. Many Powell Riverites know all about going "up the lake," but if you’re new to town or planning a visit in the future, here’s a sneak preview.
To read the rest of the story and see all ten pictures, head on over to the Powtown Post by clicking here.
Thanks Jordan for inviting me to write a guest post. It's an honour to be included on a website that's "dedicated to bringing you the best, most sharable stories from Powell River, BC." Readers, I encourage you to hop on over and check them out.
On the Web Powtown PostWhether you live here, are planning to move here, or are coming for a visit, Powtown Post is a great source for information about the Powell River area. The website was founded and is managed by three siblings who were born and raised in Powell River, Jordan, Wesley, and Janis Behan. -- Margy