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Jun 18, 2016 - Lillooet and 100 Mile House

June 15, 2016 Camping on the shores of Crown Lake in Marble Canyon just east of Lillooet. Very pretty little spot on the water and skies are clear and it is warm outside. Shear rock in front of us and clear water beside us. We are in The Cache Creek, Tethyan Terrane according to the Geology of British Columbia. Marble Canyon is made up of limestone from an ancient tropical southwest Pacific land mass now lodged in central BC. Notes at the site say Pavilion Lake (beside us) in Marble Canyon has some of the oldest known forms of life on Earth...

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Jun 15, 2016 - Pemberton to Lillooet

June 14 A cold and rainy day as we head from Squamish to Whistler. Can’t see the mountain tops for clouds. From there we traveled only another 30 KMs to Nairn Falls just south of Pemberton. We did the short hike to the falls. Walking was very wet and slippery on the rocks. This part of British Columbia boasts the only Boa Constrictor in Canada called a Rubber Boa. Who knew! We are parked right beside the Green River for the night. Water is rushing past our site just a few meters from where I write but it is cold enough to wear my...

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Feb 11, 2010 - Hello Canada!!

We used the horrible device again this morning, only for the 2nd time since we left, the alarm clock. We were up at 5:30am this morning so that we could get a early start crossing the border. Many people have told us that the delay can be quite long, but if you’re there early enough there wasn’t much of a wait. So, we took their advice and broke camp at 6:45am and headed north. We had camped only about 15 mins from the border, although it took us about 30 mins to get there. Had to stop to get gas for our generator, and then took the wrong...

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