As we arrived at the panning place, Gilles had to meet and calm the two Rhodesian ridgeback dogs before we could continue. The campers who belonged to the dogs mentioned that they had had a very interesting night with the transit of two elk and a black bear down the creek bed where we were panning. There was no sign of any wildlife the day we were there, so we were safe as we panned the gravel to find….. smaller gravel. Continue reading “Gold panning trip to Meades Creek (25th Sept, 2017)”
Meet at the Seniors’ Centre in Colwood (behind pool/library complex) at 9am. Bring lots of food and water for a whole day excursion. A full gas tank and a spare tire check wouldn’t hurt either. Bring appropriate gear for rain and sun and wind. This is an amazing day for beach combing, panning and picture taking. BCLS members only please.