Fire Cloud...
An irregular marking on the exterior of Native American pottery: usually resulting from burning fuel coming in direct contact with the vessel during firing

Saturday, 29 June 2013

Dragon Lake

Quesnel, British Columbia


We might be 350 miles north of the border.


They say that the average trout in Dragon Lake is 8-10 pounds.


We are told that the trout here taste "muddy" so it is advised to throw everything back.


I hate to torture fish unless I get to eat them, so we are very relieved not to get any bites or catch any fish.


After Wild Rose Road, we spent the night in Oroville, Washington. They grow and process lots of apples and have businesses that cater to Canadian shoppers (liquor stores, grocery stores and shipping and receiving firms)...we hit a nice RV Park on the river...


We cross the border....

The first 100 miles of British Columbia are very lovely. Apple and cherry orchards, wineries, mountains, rivers and lakes are everywhere....








We spend our first night at a Provincial Park called Steelhead Camp.


This person has made an interesting home from old railroad parts...



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