Muncho Lake lunch

This picture may not look like much but it is absolutely one of my favourites. Traveling through the Northern Rocky Mountains Provincial Park on our way towards Liard Hot Springs (!!!) we were met with breathtaking scenery around every bend. Around lunch time we started driving along the emerald green waters of Muncho Lake. We found a pull out, made a quick decision and set up our camping chairs for a highway side lunch. Continue reading “Muncho Lake lunch”

Way, way, overdue.

I am embarrassed by how long I’ve been away from the blog! I guess you could say that thing called life got in the way.

To make up for my lack of presence and to kick off getting back into blogging and writing I plan on sharing my 10 favourite photos from our BC road trip back in September 2016. It is crazy how long ago that feels now. Just a reminder that life can move fast and to get out there and explore what this beautiful world has to offer.

To start off, here is a photo from our very first night on the road at Cottonwood Rec site, after Pemeberton and a bit before Lillooet, British Columbia.
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The last night 

The last night on our camping adventure we met up with friends at Duffy Lake. Familiar faces were so nice! They even had a homemade hot tub with them! 

We did it! 

We did it!! Leaving Duffy Lake, outside of Kamloops, and on the home stretch. What an adventure this has been. We are pretty excited for showers and our king bed. 

See you soon, friends! 

The final touches!

We are almost ready to go!

Joe has been putting in continual late nights and weekend days working on this bad Sally and it looks awesome! Pictures to come of exactly what he’s done.

After some finishing touches and a big grocery shop today, we should be ready to head out tomorrow morning!

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Navigation skills needed. ASAP.

I suppose by default, I will be taking on the role of navigator during our trip. This worries me for several reasons:

  1. I don’t have the best eyesight.
  2. I seem to confuse my lefts and rights in times of panic…yes I’m 29 and no not just in times of panic.
  3. Without seeing downtown and the North Shore mountains, I have no clue where I am.
  4. Last time I used a legit compass (properly), I was in Brownies.

I can only imagine this is foreshadowing for stories to come..

 

Trying to absorb map/navigation knowledge similarly to how I studied in university: staring at it… Oh look, a picture!

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