Well, I do have some catching up to do. So on Friday we left Jasper National Park and drove about 74 miles (119 km) to Valemount. It was kind of out in the middle of no where, but a very nice park (Yvonne you can write this one down) Irvins Park & Campground.
The next morning was our long driving day - 260 miles to outside of Cache Creek, B.C. Finally connected with Highway 99 (in the direction of Lillooet - isn't that a wonderful name?) to a place called Hat Creek Ranch. It is a place that has actually been located there, as a road house, in the late 1800's. There were no hook-ups (electricity, water and sewer) so we all parked in a big field with all our RV's in a kind of a circle, with a big open space in the center.
The next day we drove from Cache Creek, BC to Rosedale, BC. But along the way, we made a stop at Hells Gate. This is a very narrow passage of the Fraser River between mountains on one side that are part of the Cascade range and the other side which is part of the Pacific Ridge. [and for me who doesn't usually do heights, it was something else.] We got in the tram at the top and headed down,