We didn't end up tenting as much as I had expected. I took pictures of the tent whenever it was up. I have had to rewrite this post 4 times now because Weebly has quit on me each time. I am unamused. I refuse to let that stop me though because I want to get this post out to you guys! Enjoy!
Near the Tanzilla River in British Columbia
I would like to point out the two propane heaters that literally saved our toes. It was super cold. The sky was clear, the stars were bright, and the river was loud. It was also very cold. Did I mention the cold?
Hope, British Columbia
The campsite was so ideal in Hope that I had to take two pictures. Therefore, you get the evening and the morning pictures!
Honey Lake, California
We decided to do the brave thing and sleep with the rain fly off when we stayed in Hope. Unfortunately, it was really misty in the morning and we had to put the tent away wet. Several days later we camped near Honey Lake in California, and when we took the tent out, it smelled suspiciously of mildew. Gross. We survived the night despite the smell, but I don't think it's going to go away entirely anytime soon. I would also like to point out the gigantic pine cones. They're huge.
Update: We're back in New Mexico. We set the tent up at around 2 so that the 90 degree temperatures and the sun would burn off any remaining mildew smell. Fingers crossed.
I like to travel... a lot. I like to see new things, meet new people, and have crazy awesome experiences. I try to write them down as I go... and this is where I do so.
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