A dusting of snow and frost made the “Narrows” look very pretty this morning.
The Kokanee are spawning on the shores of Horsefly Lake and the eagles are here feasting. The bald eagles look very regal but they do not rule the show here – the larger Golden Eagles get first choice and defend their territory ferociously!
Kokanee are spawning on Horsefly Lake beaches. Fall colours are still out there in areas protected by the wind
Brilliant sunrise on Horsefly Lake. A good side effect of autumn – you don’t have to get up so early now to see the sunrise!
Horsefly resident Lloyd Antypowich was born in 1937 in the house where his family lived on his father`s homestead in northern Saskatchewan, Canada. His father immigrated to Canada in 1904, answering the call to freedom and the possibility of owning property of his own. A new start in life for his family; his wife and […]
If people concentrated on the really important things in life, there’d be a shortage of fishing poles. ~ Doug Larson