Time to say goodbye to Canada
The past 6 weeks exploring Canada and Alaska have flown by and we have covered over 14,500kms. We would love to head to the Eastern side and explore there but out weather window is over so that will have to wait until another time.
On the way south we started to pass through farm land again, it seemed strange to see after so much time in the wild and forest.
We stopped in Prince George again for a couple of nights to get our bikes and all our stuff cleaned and washed.
We were fortunate enough to stay at an airbnb of fellow bikers Russ and Roni who offered to let us tag along on their planned Sunday ride with friend Jeff, to Barkerville on their Harley Davidsons.
It was an old mining town that has been turned into a museum with actors in a few of the houses.
A great place to visit and luckily for us the last day that they were open this season. The weather really is pushing us out.
We stopped off in Kelowna to see Rod and Lorrie ...who were kind enough to put us up (or is that put up with us???).
We took the bikes in for a service ...and get a couple of new tyres and then headed for the border.
We stayed in a little town called Keremeros on our last night in Canada. A little horticultural town where they were growing lot of fruit.
The fruit and vegetable stores in town were very impressive.
Our motel was over the top of a fruit packing house and the owners lets us park our bikes in the factory so they were secure for the night.