01.10.08 by Jeff

Mystery Lake

My friend Scoot and I went for a little hike and a swim on Sunday morning. I like to keep my spots secret but this one really is called Mystery Lake. You can’t really swim in a lake in late-September out here too often, but summer has stuck around a bit.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • man thats awesome! a deer too! man that is true; you can’t swim out here too often in september nearly october. Damn cold.. haha i’m so doing the polar bear swim this year !

  • beautiful place man

  • yea such a great place, i think everyone needs a place to go to get re-energize/inspired – completely out of the city

  • Damn Jeff, why you always have to show off that Vancouver beauty. It makes me resent my current surroundings!

  • ill let you in on a little secret, the only reason this site exists is to make everyone else resent not living over here haha

  • “ill let you in on a little secret, the only reason this site exists is to make everyone else resent not living over here haha”

    hahahaha word!

  • I can almost smell the fresh air through the internet.

  • yea dude ya gotta come up here and experience it!

  • Eli

    Totally heading up there tomorrow! Great photos!





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