This is the picture we took at Dawson Creek, BC inside the visitors center.
It wasn’t snowing in there!
We went to the world-famous Liard hot springs. The British Provincial Parks worked very hard to build (and maintain) this facility. There is no road going the 1/2 mile to the hot springs, and all this material was brought in via ATV with a trailer!
Miss Peggy is sitting on a spillway they built to make the lower water 3-4 degrees cooler. Below she is pointing out that the area has to be closed from time to time so Yogi and Boo-Boo can use it.
Things we have missed on this trip:
Jif Peanut butter – Not in Canada, but they love peanut butter so there are real good substitutes.
Angel Soft Tissue – this shocked us, we will have a 9 week supply – maybe in Anchorage.
Western Salad Dressing – haven’t seen this since December, if we catch up with our friends Jim & Barb we may take their stash!
Sugar free items are in low supply but gluten free is available everywhere.
We love the variety of sausages and cold cuts, the seafood, fresh bakeries and of course poutine.
Very friendly and helpful folks at the visitors centers. Most people are happy to see us and help us with our stupid questions. Diesel runs 99 cents a liter so you do the math. We have paid over $ 1.80 a liter – but didn’t buy much! That’s about $3.75 a gallon of diesel, we had planned on a $5 average so we are happy.
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