A peppering of snow on the Golden Ears, as seen from the base of Alouette Lake, shows winter is disappearing in the provincial park – slow, but sure. Noella Nehaj captured this view recently. (Special to The News)

A peppering of snow on the Golden Ears, as seen from the base of Alouette Lake, shows winter is disappearing in the provincial park – slow, but sure. Noella Nehaj captured this view recently. (Special to The News)

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Noella Nehaj captured this picture of a breathtaking sunset over the Fraser River, as seen from Kanaka Creek Regional Park. (Special to The News)