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... lot of driving days which isn't exactly ideal but oh well. We stopped at a gas station for a quick break but with the big 7 hour drive we had planned we moved along quickly. We had to stop again later in the day for a grocery shop and lunch stop so we speedily grabbed groceries and then ate lunch in the car park before continuing along on our way. The rest of the afternoon disappeared while we were driving but we gradually got ...
... some time deciding, but the road also continues, from Vancouver, down the Pacific Coast Highway, to Mexico and beyond....... If anyone has any suggestions or cares to join me on a little bike trip, let me know?
For this last stage thanks to Tina for the food bank donation in honour of the trip. To Carol, Bonnie, Terry, Camp Along, Judy, Ryan and Bob at the Mission campsite for a special last night. My fabulous, final warm showers host Sharon and to ...
... but no such luck. Then we hit the road again on our journey to Revelstoke via Kamloops. Wow it's was a long one. The beautiful mountains have way to giant sheer faced cliffs and roaring rivers (with skinny roads!) which then have way to bare giant rolling hills and a small community called Lillooet (very very isolated!) before turning into some small rolling hills with ...
... but with views of glaciers, valleys and mountains. These trails certainly separate the wheat from the chaff and after 3 hours climbing up, up, up we felt like chaff!! The hot springs pool at our campground felt sooooo good after the hike.
The weather has been spectacular so far with cloudless sunny skies and daytime temperatures 20+ dropping to around 5 overnight.
Next stop the Okanagon Valley.
... is a set of tunnels built through the mountains for trains to use as the grade is too steep along the mountains for the trains to go straight down. Instead they have to follow a set of tracks that slowly move down the mountains. We were lucky that shortly after we arrived a train actually came along. If the train is long enough you will see that the back of the train and front of the train cross over with the front being on ...
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What an amazing place!
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