The Road To Alaska: Halfway Through Canada

We’re staying in a hotel in Fort St. John, in northern British Columbia. We planned to camp tonight, but I’m a little tired from driving hundreds of miles a day, and decided to splurge a little tonight.

I’ll make a longer post later, but here’s a couple of pictures of BC. This one is from yesterday. We drove through some pine forests and mountains, and found this on the other side:

(EDIT – To be specific, we didn’t find a water treatment facility. We found an arid hilly region, which was a surprise after all the green of western Washington and southern BC.)

After spending the night camping in the rain, we spent the entire day today driving in the rain. Fun!

More later!

2 thoughts on “The Road To Alaska: Halfway Through Canada

  1. That’s the single most picturesque water treatment facility I’ve ever seen.

  2. Justin

    The water treatment facility is still in a very picturesque location. Sorry I didn’t answer my phone, I was conducting a plankton tow at the time. If mom and dad didn’t tell you, my address is:

    4632 Crew Circle #5
    Melbourne, FL 32904

    And I actually needed to ask you a question about the DS charger. I can’t find it… and I’m pretty sure that either Chase or dad and mom have it… I was hoping you could clear that up for me.

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