We will be staying here two nights, so the main exploring will happen tomorrow. However, I have 3 observations from today to share:
It is pointless to go to the neighborhood bar for their Monday night all-you-can-eat halibut and fries special when game 6 of the Stanley Cup finals is on the big screen T.V., and Montreal is playing Boston. (Correction: Vancouver is playing Boston!)
The road to get here may have been long and winding, but it was also very dusty. Here is a photo I took looking out the windshield of our tow car after we arrived at the campground. We call him "Mr. Toad" -- because he's "towed," and he does sometimes go for a wild ride!
Dawson Creek's citizens love to do artsy drawings on their buildings. Here are three murals and a painted door. There are many, many, more.
The daylight hours are long -- the sun starts to show itself at 3:15 a.m., and isn't fully set until 10:45 p.m., so bedroom shades need to be closed and sometimes a pillow needs to put on top of the head. And Solstice is still about a week away.
But we have reached a milestone!