Gallery: Amazing days of summer in Vanderhoof

A collection of photographs taken about town between July 11-17 this year, featuring people at work and people at play.

Sechelt resident Theodore Melenthin stops in Vanderhoof for gas and window cleaning of his RV, before continuing on his way to Inuvik, Nunavut.

Vanderhoof’s boat people look for a new spot down the Nechako River on July 16. Low levels on the Nechako River allow boathouses to pass under Burrard Bridge in Vanderhoof without mishap.

One of Vanderhoof’s furrier residents venture for a summer dip in the Nechako River.

Kirsten Fehr tests out the sprinklers in Ferland Park.

Powerboating on the Nechako.

At The Daily Perk, Suzanne Bueckert adds red peppers to turkey provolone sandwiches, and Bailey Breault pulls freshly baked ham and cheese scones from the oven.

So much fun in the water at Ferland Park.

Nechako Valley Community Services’ Gordon Nooski, Justin Horner, Irene Cockerill, Daniel Mattie, Jillian White, Bryan Bradbury, John Rivard, Grace Mohr, Leonard Munn, Crystal Mann, Ernie Joseph, and Dustin Jensen prepares a chicken pasta salad together for the bi-monthly community kitchen at the Nechako Community Church.

Local broadcaster John Vosper gears up for the morning show at Valley Country Radio.

A young Farmers’ Market visitor takes a peek at bunnies for sale.

Between errands or on the vacation route, local and out-of-town vehicles gas up on a sunny July afternoon at the Independent gas bar.

Sheldon Currie assists Gail Schmidt with flooring choices at Vanderhoof and Districts Co-op’s Home Centre.

It’s haircut time for Calvin Li with Shear Madness’ Chelsey Penner.