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   xoxoxoBruce  Friday Jan 10 11:51 PM

Jan 11th, 2020 : Helmcken Falls

If you find yourself canoeing, tubing, floating, or otherwise progressing down the Murtle River in Wells Gray Provincial Park,
British Columbia, be cautious. Otherwise youíll drop off The Mushbowl, Dawson Falls, Majerus Falls, Horseshoe Falls, Meadow
Falls, and McDougall Falls.
But they were just practice for 141 m (463 ft) Helmcken Falls, the 4th highest falls in Canada measuring straight drop.

Helmcken Falls wasnít discovered until July 24, 1913 by a surveyor laying out homestead lots.
It was named for John Sebastian Helmcken, a physician with the Hudson's Bay Company who arrived in Victoria in 1850.
He helped bring British Columbia into Canadian Confederation in 1871.


glatt  Saturday Jan 11 08:37 AM

That is so cool! Itís like the waterfall is a snow machine creating a huge cone of snow, but melting a hole in the middle.

And is that a picture of a photograph? Is that wallpaper in the background or a tablecloth?

xoxoxoBruce  Saturday Jan 11 09:27 AM

No, it's a photograph of the falls. The panel on each side I added because if I made the picture the full 12 inches it would be too damn long and I didn't want to crop the length any further. However I'm aware that for people using anything other than vBulletin 3 style large white areas can be jarring so I toned them down a little. Sorry for the confusion.

Griff  Saturday Jan 11 10:20 AM

Wow! That is so cool!

Gravdigr  Saturday Jan 11 11:42 AM


Diaphone Jim  Saturday Jan 11 01:08 PM

I camped in that park many moons ago.
Being a southern California boy, I was astounded at number, size and temperature of the rivers.

xoxoxoBruce  Sunday Jan 12 12:10 AM

Heh Heh, cold ain't they.

fargon  Sunday Jan 12 08:49 AM

Originally Posted by Griff View Post
Wow! That is so cool!
What Griff said.

xoxoxoBruce  Sunday Jan 12 10:08 AM

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