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... in detail with red stain to highlight the mouth or other features. All were beautiful with the grain of the cedar showing an aged patina. A sign explained that a totem is carved from a single post of red cedar as a family crest. Animals and mythical creatures carved into it tell a family story. This collection was the oldest in British Columbia and a nice surprise.
We passed through several small towns, some neat, ...
Launched at 0800, surprisingly enough. Nice ride over the Coquihalla, just slightly cool. Clover was smelling good in the sunshine. The Glide breathes nicely at 140kph (they raised the speed limit don't ya know?) Always a good ride from Merritt to Spences Bridge (scenic and winding). Saw a few Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep. Up the #1 canyon, Spences Bridge to Ashcroft was pretty. Traffic heavy northbound but they have 4 laned it in places. Found out ...
... to dump paydirt into the trommel.
Now the pond is full of water. But next morning it had dropped about a foot. Just from the ground socking it up and the hot weather evaporation. Every day we have to top it up. let the pump run for 2 hours to add more.
We finally started up the trommel and water pumps that feed it from the pond. cameras were taking lots of pictures and videos. long time coming eh. it was sure nice to ...
... br> I'm very careful now how I open the handle.
I find the gold claim takes some time to get to (28km) from highway. Lots of wildlife on the way.(nervous about that)
The weather has been rather cool with us having to dress in layers. The bugs are freaken
mean. My flowers and tomato plant(under cover) have escaped frost every morning since
arriving. Perhaps in another week the weather will improve.
... was the car behind. A few seconds later, Nicola looked up at the dash and spotted quite a lot of smoke creeping upwards. After explaining the situation to Richard, the "order" was to turn off the master switch ASAP (fuel in hand - eeeek!). It turned out that the dopey navigator had put the fog lights on instead of turning the lights off and this had caused a short-circuit. Richard then admitted that the ...