A blog about life in the Bella Coola Valley and the Central Coast area of British Columbia for anyone interested in an incredible and rich part of BC's coast. I hope to provide my thoughts about things as simple as weather observations and seasonal issues, to comments about life and the natural history in the Bella Coola Valley, the Central Coast and the west Chilcotin area.
Note: All photos on this blog were taken by the author unless otherwise noted. While the photos and written material are all the property of the author and protected by Copyright, I'm not a professional photographer and you can use the photos if a link or attribution is provided back to my blog. If you have a need to use a particular photo and you want the high resolution file, leave a comment with your email (I won't publish it) and we can discuss what use you intend the photo for. Grizzly
A resident of the Bella Coola Valley and observer of the natural history, geography, resources, regional climate and cultural history of the Bella Coola Valley, Central Coast and the West Chilcotin area of BC.
Two more weeks of what? December 15th is my benchmark for when we've finally made it through the summer to winter transition and the relentless fall Pacific storm season on the coast. It's only my rule of thumb subject to wide variation but it seems a week or so before the equinox is when things finally stabilize and the weather systems we get are either more blue sky weather and cold or they are rain or snow storms that seem to have a beginning/middle and an end in a short period of time. Of course this fall and last fall being back to back La Nina years might make my observations irrelevant. Grizzly