10 thoughts on “The Stop that Refreshes”

    1. It is, for sure, but the change in temperature was rather a shock! We drove near that area (and by Merritt to Kamloops on the connector) and through Barriere on Sunday morning. Now all that huge area is on alert and the Coquilhalla between Merritt and Hope is closed. The weather is supposed to be cooler this week with some rain; I hope they get some.

  1. It has been a particularly bad year for heat, drought, and fires. It’s probably a good move to go back up north. A long drive, but worth it once you get used to the change in temperature.

    1. It certainly has been. I’m back in the north because my holidays are over and I will be starting work again, but the departure date dovetailed well with all that smoke. The last few days we weren’t doing our hiking as much because of the poor air quality levels.

    1. Thank you, Kenny. 🙂 I’m not familiar with the radio stations there. We pass through it on our trips to the north and back and sometimes we stop to spend the night, but I otherwise don’t know it very well. Cheers, Lynette

    1. Thank you very much. 🙂 It was good to leave the hazy skies but hard to leave the Okanagan (that’s where our home is; I work in the north). That boardwalk is part of a lovely trail system near Alexandra Falls. Great place to stop and have a walk, especially if you have been driving for a long time.

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