Good Knight Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... She said all the drugs were more readily available and attainable. My next question was what caused the accessibility to change? That is a bit more difficult to determine. She thought it was a combination of many factors---increased mobility (i.e. people had cars and were leaving the reserve to get drugs), increased traffic through the area in general, affordability, among others.
While talking with Barb, she mentioned that it was difficult ...
... journey. The views were fantastic, and we even spotted a small flock of wild sheep (they looked more like goats) and two wild deer. Apparently they normally see bears as well, but for "some reason they don't seem to becoming to the lake side this season" - Gotta laugh.
Given the weather was so hot, 30c+ we decided to take another swim in the lake and spend one more night at this free campsite before making our way to ...
... food type shops in search of some probiotics for Kendall. I then headed to the VanDusen botanical gardens. I really enjoyed it as the many pictures will show. I like the way it lead you over stepping stones into a shady area or just opening to a new view. It covers all the North American plants over 55 acres. I managed to cover a fair bit of it. I think it is better and more interesting then the Butchard ...
... Cascades give way to the drier landscape. It was funny to read in the travel guides that the area was considered the Arizona of BC. I kept looking for the saguaro cactus but did not see any.
When we got to Cache Creek we stopped at Grubstake Foods, the only grocery like store in the town of 1050 people. Not a lot of choices. We got a few vegetables ...
... face to Lillooet (Lil-loo-et). The campground here is pretty ****, but we are technically tenting on the beach tonight next to the very full Fraser River and stealing power and water but whatever. The countryside here is much different to the lush tree covered mountain valleys from this morning, with an almost desert like landscape full of rockslides, bare mountain peaks and not much green at all. Its amazing how much things chance when you travel.