Road Tripping to Cariboo Country in Central British Columbia
It’s been a whirlwind summer for our traveling trio. A few days after returning from Europe we were back on the road again – literally.
The purpose of our most recent adventure was to attend our dear friends’ wedding in central British Columbia. Our destination – 100 Mile House (yes, that’s its real name). This former Gold Rush town got it’s name back in 1862 when it served as a resting point for travelers seeking riches on the Gold Trail.
It was our first time to 100 Mile House. In fact, this was the furthest north we have been in British Columbia. Sad but true.
We love road trips. We love playing old songs on the stereo, eating crappy food and making pit stops at strange gas stations in the middle of nowhere. Fortunately for us, there are few places in the world that can compete with the natural beauty that British Columbia has become known for.
Here are some photos from our road trip to 100 Mile House.
The above map illustrates where 100 Mile House is located in relation to Vancouver
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