Tag Archives: British Columbia

North to the Yukon

We are heading up the Stewart-Cassier Highway (Route 37). We feel a fantastic sense of adventure and freedom. Our future is a pallet of surprises and adventure. By now the villages are too scattered and small to be called towns. … Continue reading

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Aboriginal Day at Burns Lake

We pulled into the small logging/aboriginal town of Burns Lake, BC on June 20, 2010 after being on the road for quite a while looking for a place to stop. Unbelievably, the township offers free camping beside their community center … Continue reading

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Forest Fires

Driving west up the No. 16 Hwy just outside of Vanderhoof, we caught sight of a tremendous forest fire that was eating up the trees. We are driving through pine beatle devastated country, and the woods are very vulnerable. Every … Continue reading

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