Sandman Inn Cache Creek
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We left in the late afternoon and started driving north; we ended up in a nice little town called Cache Creek. We stayed at the Brookside RV Park. There was a nice little brook/stream running through the property. Karen and I dipped our feet into the cool water. It was good that we were at a regular park so we could plug in and have A/C. Yes, we are ...
... optimistic when your efforts are met with resistance and noncompliance. 'People are going to do what they are going to do. You can't change them.' I have no doubt that being an addiction counselor in a community as close as these Indian Bands are would be extremely difficult because you would personally know the folks that were tangled in the drug and alcohol web.
One very sharp insight into the world of vulnerable populations was because of ...
... what can only be described as desert-like scenery. The trees disappear and the hills take on a dry, dusty look. In fact, Cache Creek is known as the Arizona of Canada!! Interestingly, it has a very particular micro-climate with average July temperatures of 30C. When we arrived at the hotel, they told us it was pushing 40C yesterday!! It certainly feels more like Arizona than what we've been used to. When ...
We eventually arrived at Acacia Grove RV site in Spence's Bridge at around 6pm. At last the sun was shining and we ate our first meal outside in the evening sun listening to bird song and the sound of passing freight trains (we counted one with 154 wagons!). It really feels like we're on holiday now :).
Weather: AM, overcast. PM Warm sunshine.
Km Driven: 227.
Liam and ...
... off to sleep.
Got up early around 8am, had breakfast and headed into town to finish off the historic walk we started yesterday and fill up with fuel. The last thing on the list was "the old bridge" which was a nice (disused for traffic) wooden suspension bridge. We noticed on one of the cross beams there was an Eagle nest on top and you could ...