Winter is definitely a time of beauty at Monkey Valley. The glistening snow blankets the earth tenderly, garnishing every branch and twig. It is a time for snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and hiking through the woods to admire the sparkling wilderness.
I went up to Monkey Valley in October with my friend Marvin to prepare the house for winter. I used my handy-dandy checklist to drain the water, and left the place buttoned up and snug for the winter. It was sweet to build a fire in the woodstove one last time this year, and wish the land well for the winter season.
There have been a few interested parties who have already viewed Monkey Valley and could make an offer over the winter. Otherwise, the sale of Monkey Valley will resume in the spring time. I’ll let you know on this blog if the property sells over the winter.
P.S. The picture is my sister Kat, removing snow from the roof of her cabin in the Cariboo a few winters ago. We don’t get this much snow at Monkey Valley! But it’s a great picture.