First night in bear country and we didn’t get eaten. Bear hang proved to be successful; no signs of it being tampered with. 1 down and about 30 more days left to go in bear country. We better get out of this wooded area and eat breakfast down the road; wouldn’t want to push our luck and have a bear get the drop on us just as we’re leaving.
We found ourselves going up in elevation once again along hwy 99. Another sign we won’t find back home in Ontario…
…nor will we see mountains as tall as these.
The convenience of urban living is slowly fading away
Stopped at a scenic lookout near Lillooet overlooking Seton Lake
The view was amazing
If only I got a nickel for every Kodak moment we came across
Our first encounter with a bear…unfortunately the poor cub was somebody else’s roadkill
We made it to 100 Mile House starving, but fought the temptations of going for the buffet
We opted for a combo dish and got a whole lot more than what we bargained for
Not knowing where to camp, we asked our waitress who happily gave us directions to a place close by where we wouldn’t be bothered.
BC mountain range.
A picture perfect moment.
Cub not fast enough.