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... to camp the equipment that could not stay at the mine.
Ray and I were fortunate to witness a Lynx and its young cross the road infront of us.
So wild, so beautiful. However, we saw sadness when the owners quails were killed
by a weasel.
Had guests in the last three weeks. Always nice to see others come .
Val & Danny our family came for a visit to Barkerville for the day. It was great to see them.
... always knowing where everyone is located. Kind of neat when
you call in your location and the truckers return a call back to you, making us feel safer.
People have asked me about the Likely Mining disaster. We are not near that location.
On August 7th we celebrated our 43rd anniversary with others, we are never home for it.
August 10th had Ray to the hospital something in his eye, fell out of his ...
... to old
little log community hall to listen to locals on the fiddles and guitars.
Life is busy on the claim but when you come to camp everyone is like a family. We look
out for each other. A very serious accident happened nine days ago at camp.
We could hear someone calling for help. Those that were around ran down to the
owners home and found Sheila in distress. She had been on the ride on lawn mower ...
Today we followed the Thompson River for many miles then left it to go overland. At Quesnel we have again rejoined the Fraser River. This day took us out of the arid area into lush green, many, many lakes. Too many to even count let alone take photos of. It was quite beautiful. There are small towns with population of 450, with run down houses, old log cabins, or totally abandoned houses. But it seems that there are a lot of horses; Fat ...
... people. The little people were 23 painted fire hydrants representing people from the area. As we were near the last one (the Engineer) we did the tour backwards and at this one was the artist that started the whole thing off Jerii Cassady touching up her handy work. We spent a few hours walking around looking at her art work and finished off at no.1 (the Teacher) at around 5pm. We then walked back to the car park and cooked dinner before moving on to another car park that we ...