Kay Knox

Trekking Tales: A February trip

Icy roads that had already been part of the drive continued on-again, off-again

Daniela Romero

Exchange student from Bolivia enjoying Clearwater visit

In early September this plucky 17-year old left home and family in Santa Cruz, Bolivia

Daniela Romero

Trekking Tales: Final day in Maritimes – Part two

Soon we were carrying out two tubs, each containing two bright red lobsters, still warm from the boiling water

Trekking Tales: Final day in Maritimes – Part one

“Don’t eat the junk at Peggy’s Cove,” he advised with a smile

Trekking Tales: Making new snowshoe tracks

The trees and shrubs along the lane and in backyards beside us, all drooping with ice and snow, were transformed into a myriad shapes

Trekking Tales: Quick quips and conversations on PEI, part 2

It’s impossible for my husband John and I to board the ferry from Caribou, NS to Wood Point, PEI without remembering back to 2001

Valemount resident Maureen Brownlee reads from her recently published book

Authors promote their books

Maureen Brownlee and Lloyd Jeck hold book-signing at Wells Gray Inn

Valemount resident Maureen Brownlee reads from her recently published book

Trekking Tales: Quick quips in Nova Scotia

Quick as a wink, she had the solution: "I can mix them together!"

Representatives from Dr. Helmcken Memorial Hospital accept a $25

Royal Bank celebrates 50 years

Staff at the Royal Bank in Clearwater celebrate 50 years of service to the community

Representatives from Dr. Helmcken Memorial Hospital accept a $25
Members of the Voices United Community Choir hold a rehearsal in Clearwater's St. James Catholic Church under the leadership of choir director Louse Weaver.

Voices United get ready

Members of the Voices United Community Choir hold a rehearsal in Clearwater's St. James Catholic Church

Members of the Voices United Community Choir hold a rehearsal in Clearwater's St. James Catholic Church under the leadership of choir director Louse Weaver.

Trekking Tales: November – No month like it

Back in my teaching days, I discovered a mournful poem called November, written in 1844

Names and “nummies” in Newfoundland

John and I spent September in Canada’s beautiful Maritime Provinces, travelling with two gal pals from the Cariboo

Rotary ShelterBoxes for the Philippines

When we see widespread suffering in other countries, we realise how fortunate we are to live in and around Clearwater

Trekking Tales: Near and far

We meet all kinds of lovely people when travelling, and have had a variety of experiences that link us as Canadians

Trekking Tales: Island hopping, part two

Amazingly, none of us three “inlanders” had visited any smaller islands in the vicinity of Vancouver Island

Trekking Tales: Island hopping, part one

Each year a group of “Good Ole Girl Guiders” gets together to enjoy friendship, fun and the great outdoors

A Day of rafting on Clearwater River – paddling home

Now, having seriously practiced the various strokes, “hold on!” and “get down!”

Trekking Tales: Rafting the Clearwater, Part 1

Wet suits in hand, 21 of us filed onto the yellow bus, two inflated rafts on the large trailer behind us

Trekking Tales: At the BC Seniors Games

Aug. 20 - 24 as some 3,800 participants, aged 55 and older, descended on Kamloops for the BC Seniors Games

Guides and Brownies plant trees recently at North Thompson Provincial Park with Guide leader Jean Nelson.

Join the fun of Girl Guides

Clearwater Guiding needs a volunteer to be a Guide leader for the upcoming year

Guides and Brownies plant trees recently at North Thompson Provincial Park with Guide leader Jean Nelson.