Followed BC-97 west parallel to the Thompson River as far as Cache Creek, where the river goes south and the road north. West of Kamloops the Thompson does this:
The horizontal line on the right, above the river, is a railway line, built by a madman.
About some of the way along BC-99, which ultimately goes to Vancouver, is Lillooet, which you reach across the intriguingly-named Bridge of the 23 Camels.
|Camels not inclluded|
There's also Stuffs like this:
and even this:
|Logjam. Canada. Wednesday.|
The rain may at least wash some of the desert muck off the motor-car andit did a sterling job of hiding the ski resort of Whistler. Ski resorts are usually horrible when there's no SNO around but you can drive right through Whistler and scarcely even notice that you've done so which, in my book at least, qualifies as a Good Thing.
|Bear with me a second|
Decision time for tomorrow: cop the ferry to Vancouver Island or go back over the mountains to where it isn't raining?