Woohoo, welcome to BC! I'm going to have to buy the Canadian provinces sticker map for the RV now.
Lunch view on Okanagan Lake. We had really warm weather the past week or so, glad it's finally cooling off.
This is very typical of the rest areas in BC. They choose a nice looking spot where the highway passes a stream or lake and make a wide spot. Voila, ham and cheese sandwiches with a million dollar view.
These guys were in a pen getting ready for the upcoming weekend's annual "stampede." I'm thinking that's just Canadian for "rodeo." Anyway, their paddock was way over grazed so I offered them some of the fat green grass just outside the fence. Hmm, who wants to be my favorite horse? Kidding, I gave several a handful so there wouldn't be any fuss.
Wider view of the paddock with the seating area for the stadium in the back. About 2 hours after I took this photo, we got pea sized hail for about 5 minutes. Laurie and I were watching the show out the front window of the motorhome, they were all stampeding trying to get away from the hail.
Yeah, our motorhome next to the Canadian flag.
This was our campground "office" in Prince George. It was a simple affair, $12 a night for a full hook up, and the owner was great.
The Canada Day (July 1st) celebration in Prince George. We forgot our chairs, so we just walked around goofing on all the proud Canadians. These are the friendliest people in the world. And I've been everywhere so I know...
Me with two Royal Canadian Mounted Police. How cool is that? I grew up with Dudley Do Right as one of the Saturday morning cartoons, so I had to get a picture.
Typical proud Canadians.