Sunday, September 21, 2008

Logs & Curves


The walking trail eventually curves eastward where we catch a glimpse of the Westside roadway below. In the same area you will notice a log storage area. These logs are transported by truck and dumped into the water. They are eventually floated across Okanagan Lake by tug boat to the Tolko Lumber Mill located in Kelowna.

8 comments:

Small City Scenes said...

Wow! that is quite a view. Good info too. MB

Blognote said...

That is a wonderful view.
I like these lines which all compose this photo perfectly.

Neva said...

This is an amazing photo...I have seen this on TV but wow.....I like your shot....thanks for dropping in!

Chuckeroon said...

Welcome to CDP and tks for dropping in on Richmond upon Thames.

JM said...

Beautiful scenery!!!

Kris said...

Is this a natural lake or a dam?

I love the look of the logs in the water. Tasmania and Canada are a lot alike, and we both have active forest industries, but we don’t do the logs in the water thing!

Thus, no competitive log rolling!

It’s my first visit here, and I can promise that I’ll be back. Some stunning scenery.

jill said...

Beautiful view.

M said...

Lovely picture there Frankie.
I never being to Canada but definitely will travel as seen so many nice scenary pictures.

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