We spent the last two nights off the grid at Liard Hot Springs Provincial Park Campground. Lots of wildlife sitings including bison, sheep and bears…two of which walked right through our campsite while we were in the camper. Photos to follow! The hot springs were great, there wasn’t much around except for a gas station, so we filled up…to the tune of $1.95 per liter…a cool 8 bucks per gallon! No choice! We pulled into Watson Lake, gonna have some work done on the trailer brakes, hope to get it sorted out today. Plan to get to Whitehorse tomorrow.
Views along the Alaska Highway – Norther British Columbia
Foxy by the Liard River
Momma hiding her calf. She might have been happier if they were not standing right in the breakdown lane!
Our campsite at Liard Hot Springs – the first time we’ve set up the mosquito tent!
The boardwalk out to the hot springs
Marmot munching away alongside the boardwalk
Wetlands around the hot spring. There is an extended climate due to the hot water that lets plants grow here that otherwise could not survive.
Liard Hot Springs!
In the hot springs. It’s amazing to be in the natural spring area with all of the vegetation.
Alison at the source of the spring. The hot water bubbles up from the earth at a toasty 127 degrees!
In the pool near one of the cool water inlets!
Visitor at our campsite!
Momma and cub!