We spent the last two nights at Meziadin Lake Provincial Park, an access point to Stewart, BC, which is an old mining town from the turn of the century, and Hyder, Alaska, which is basically a ghost town. The weather has turned to fall, temps in the forties and fifties with rain and clouds. We have now moved on, south and east, to Smithers, BC. 68 and sunny today, I donned shorts and a t-shirt for the first time in two weeks! Some highlights below.
We saw a black bear right about here the day before we took this picture.
The Salmon Glacier, the fifth largest glacier in North America.
It was pretty impressive
The road to the glacier had a few potholes…
This marmot was kind of interested in us.
More interesting rainforest with moss growing from the trees in Stewart.
View from the Cassier Highway.
Smithers Brewing Company