Continuing on our paddle up Little Bridge Creek, I saw signs of hard work by those who worked on the 100 Mile Ranch. I am assuming these posts had to do with keeping the cattle from going too close to the creek for water. I was told they used to have a long cable connected back in the forest for the very purpose of pulling cattle and tractors back out of the swamp! Yikes!
I’m getting more and more interested in researching our local history; but that will have to come later…no time right now. Enjoy!
Rebuilding a ‘sense of place’ in the South Cariboo: This image is part of my 100 Mile Project. Somehow, on my journey to explore and photograph the entire Cariboo Chilcotin Coast region, I have drifted apart from the very place I call home; 100 Mile House and surrounding area. So now, when at home, I will go exploring with my camera, and then try to post a picture daily to encourage all of us to appreciate the beauty, and the value, of our ‘homeplace’. Join me in this adventure. Tell your friends. Subscribe to the blog. Let’s all get to know our home more deeply, and contribute to our ‘sense of community’.