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PHOTOS: Farm animals, stunning scenery and more during Ryder Lake Ramble in Chilliwack

Annual self-guided tour of historic farming community saw folks visit from all over

Bees, pottery and llamas were just some of the many things people got to see amid the mountains and trees during the Ryder Lake Ramble on Saturday.

Folks from all over came out to the historic farming community located on the southeast side of Chilliwack on June 18.

During the Ryder Lake Ramble, residents open up their properties to the public for a self-guided tour.

There were various farm animals including chicks, horses and sheep, plus fields of flowers full of roses and peonies and more at the 11 homes and three trail/drive-by locations.

Any money raised from the by-donation event will go towards renovations and repairs for the Ryder Lake Hall.

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Jenna Hauck

About the Author: Jenna Hauck

I started my career at The Chilliwack Progress in 2000 as a photojournalist.
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