11 Jul 2013

July 11, 2013

Avalanche out of the North West Couloir of Wedge in the past week.

Looking like clouds for the first part of today.

Spent the past 8 days out on the West Coast of Vancouver Island. Early morning light! More photos from the trip below.

At 2240 meters the temperature was -.5 with winds 25-45 KPH from the SSE. At 1650 meters the temperature was +4. In the valley the temperature was +10 as of 07:00 hrs this AM.

For the forecast a weak upper level trough will bring unsettled weather to our area until the weekend. Ridging will establish sunny conditions by Monday. Isolated rain showers can be expected with sunny breaks for the next few days.




Dutch Prince Frisco, still in a coma after 2012 Avalanche Accident: Returning to the Netherlands

Porters Skifield finally opens, July 10, 2013: New Zealand

Huge Whale knocks surfer unconscious with tale: Bondi Beach

Determining Search Strip Width: Earnyourturns

Air Rescue from crippled cable car in Switzerland: Matterhorn

Mont Blanc summit speed record smashed: Killan Jornet

Huge iceberg breaks away from the Pine Island Glacier: Antarctic

Camping on Twin Island with Catala Island in the foreground, mainland behind the park.

One of the only cloudy periods on the whole trip.

Camp at Belmont Point. At times the winds blew up to 40 Knots.

Sunset on Twin Island.

There were many great sunsets, this one from Nuchatlitz Provincial Park.

Looking to Ferrier Point on Nootka Island.

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