The new camper is loaded and organized, we left Victoria this morning on the 9am ferry to the mainland with Mini the Yorkie-poo as our CSO (chief security officer).
We will be driving almost 4000 km through British Columbia, the Yukon and the Northwest Territories, the most northern section on the unpaved Dempster highway.
We will be going up the Fraser canyon, the Cassiar highway, the Alaska highway, the Klondike highway and finally the Dempster through the Tombstone mountains to Inuvik followed by the last chunk on the new also unpaved road to Tuk. Hopefully, we can reach the Arctic ocean. Well that’s the plan until we switch to plan B, but at this point there is no agreed plan B.
So traffic was incredibly slow out of Vancouver and we just made it to Bridal veil falls for lunch but we got a good glimpse at Mt Baker.
Then along the Fraser valley further, the Fraser canyon, the Thompson river.
Then we arrived at Lac La Hache provincial park in the Caribou district just in time for dinner. Park is not busy and we got a big open spot trying to keep the bugs away. Trying, not succeeding.
Good first day, camper Wolf (a grey one) is doing great! More news when we get cell signal next.