Checking in quickly from our RV Park home for the night -- in Chetwynd British Columbia. (We are slowly wending our way back to the USA ... this is the first time in days that we've had WiFi access.)
Who knew there were American Bison in British Columbia? We do now -- after seeing three large herds of them earlier this week, plus a few stragglers here and there along the way.
We saw all of these amazing animals a couple of days ago -- traveling the 200 miles between Watson Lake and the Toad River RV Park somewhere along the Alaska Highway (the part of it in Canada).
Of course there was a sudden downpour just as we saw this Mom and her baby -- they were loving that clover and didn't let the rain dampen their enjoyment. (But it sure played havoc with my camera.)
Our Alaska summer ended with stays at Haines and Skagway -- both of which we enjoyed for very different reasons and both of which I will eventually blog about -- along with a few (hundred) other wonderful Alaska places that I haven't yet posted.
Although Alaska is behind us, our camping adventure continues as we head south. So many places, so much to see! BC is beautiful.
We still have quite a few miles to go before we cross Canada's southern border... and if we have many more amazing photo-op days like this one was, it could take a while!