Day 28: Wednesday, June 12, 2013. Ft. Nelson, BC to Liard River Hotsprings Provincial Park, BC. Site 42. 190 miles traveled.
What better way to relax after 28 days on the road than to soak in hot springs? That hot water was just calling to me all day. To get there, we had to travel 190 miles of winding roads to cross the Rocky Mountains.
While driving along we were on the lookout for wildlife. And there was plenty to see.
We had made reservations to stay in the Provincial Park – like a state park in the U.S. – and didn’t know what to expect. There were no hookups so we would be using our generator for the first time on this trip. When we saw our site, we were so glad we had decided to stay for 2 nights. With a long, very wide gravel pad and picnic table all surrounded by trees and wildflowers, it was the perfect place to take a break from traveling. A soak in the hot springs was a perfect ending to the day.
2 thoughts on “Day 28: Wildlife Sightings on the way to Liard River Hotsprings”
Gosh, I think you saw more wildlife than we did. Nice shots. Did you stop at Toad River?
No, we passed by Toad River. I hope we didn’t miss anything.
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