This photo was taken by Jim Orlowski during a quiet Sunday afternoon walk at Trinity Lake, near Trinity Western University. According to the TWU website, work on the lake, which many students refer to as “the pond,” began in May, 1973, with the clearing and excavation of the lake bed, which followed the meandering path of the Salmon River on its northwest side. Dikes were built, and landscaping followed in the spring of 1974.

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