100 Mile House, BC


We took a short detour off of Hwy 97 this morning to view a chasm.
About 2km into it, a brown bear cub perked up its ears at our engines
(or bear bells! 😉 ) and lumbered off into the underbrush. Our first

If that isn’t adventure enough for you, the temperature dropped 10
degreed F while we were at the chasm, and it started hailing. The hail
followed us, off and on, all the way to 100 Mile House (~25 miles).
Thank goodness for electrics!

After crossing Begbie Summit (~1237 meters), the temperature raised
another 15 degrees and the hail petered out.

Now we’re at Tim Hortons in 100 Mile House, drinking hot drinks and
eating donuts.

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6 Responses to 100 Mile House, BC

  1. Geoff says:

    Chasm! You might not have noticed, but there’s a sawmill there (just like everywhere else in BC) that’s one of my customers.
    100 Mile is OK, but there’s a lot more happening in Williams Lake. From there, north through Quesnel (pronounced “Kwenell”) and on to Prince George (beware the pulp-mill smell!).
    If you have time, you really should consider a side trip to Barkerville, about an hour east of Quesnel–it is a fully restored ghost town from the gold rush era, where actors dress in period costume and portray residents–tacky but fun! This is also near the put-in for the Bowron Lakes Canoe Route, which is great fun if you’re in a canoe…

  2. andrea says:

    aw, how cute, but where’s the mama bear?!

  3. Liz says:

    Mmm, Tim Horton’s. That stuff is addictive.

  4. jason says:

    I work at Chasm Sawmill

  5. jason says:

    I work at Chasm Sawmill

  6. jason says:

    and i post twice it seems

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