We left Vanderhoof at 8:45 this morning.
We ran into some road construction right away, but were only delayed for a few minutes.
Again today the drive was interesting because there were some towns we went through.
The first one was Prince George with a population of about 70,000. It is the largest city in northern British Columbia, Canada, and is the "Northern Capital" of BC.
It was like most larger cities with major stores and restaurants.
It also had a casino.
Hixon was next, but it was real small, mostly farm land.
Quesnel is a small city that is part of the Cariboo District of British Columbia. Located nearly between the cities of Prince George and Williams Lake. It is claimed to be home to the world's largest gold pan, although this is disputed by Nome, Alaska.
It was a pretty city the streets are lined in flowers.
We stopped to stretch our legs and Bob and Janet traded spaces and Janet drove for while.
After driving for about an hours we came to Williams Lake.
We stopped at a rest stop so B&J could switch drivers again. I took some pictures of old buildings.
About 2:45 we came to our stop for the night in Clinton BC. Gold Trail RV Park.
It’s a Passport America Park, the cost for FHU with WiFi was $20.
This arrangement is on our site.
After setting up we sat outside with a cold beverage. The weather was really warm and sunny. We actually had to use our AC. First time since we left Swift Current.
It’s an unusual place with about 20 sites. Michael, the owner is loud and quite a jokester.
He has vegetable gardens all over the place with cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, pole beans, tomatoes, squash, zucchini, strawberries, cucumbers, pumpkins, several kinds of lettuce, green onion, and much more.
He also serves a buffet that is open to the public. We decided to have our dinner there, it was okay.
We travel again tomorrow.