and this...(hills, trees and mountains)
and a bit of this...(sightseeing)
and more sightseeing. This is truly a unique
junk antique yard. The store was closed for the day but I got to peek inside and it is just as full with old stuff.
You name it and they probably had it.
Looking for an old pump? Or perhaps one in green is more to your liking. Take note of the antlers behind the old pump on the right. You can pick one up, hang it up at home and pretend that you were a great hunter.
The properties in this part of B.C. are a fair size and are usually farms or ranches. This tractor can be a useful mode of transport or...
you can always use a buckboard or a buggy.
There is something to be said for the old way of life but...
we decided to use the modern (public) facilities. We left the town of Clinton and got on our way since we still had several kilometres to go yet. My ears kept popping with the change in altitude and I found it wonderful that it stayed light until quite late. Ten o'clock at night was still enough light to see by but then again, it got to be daylight really early too. Not a nice thing to have daylight streaming through the blinds at 4:30 a.m. when you want to sleep.
My main reason for going to visit at this time of the year was that there was a rodeo going on and because I am a fan of the stampede, I decided to see the one that was taking place in the town of Williams Lake. More photos to come.