The Dragon Wagon

The Dragon Wagon
The landscaping changes often.

Friday, May 18, 2012

On To British Columbia

After Palouse Falls, we headed to  Grand Coulee to pick up some forwarded mail.  On the way we stopped at Dry Falls.  When the cataclysmic ice age Missoula Floods happened, they temporarily created the largest waterfall in the world at this location.

After Grand Coulee we headed up US-97 into British Columbia.  The border crossing was one of the easiest and quickest that we have experienced.  The first camping spot in Canada was at Kekuli Bay Provincial Park.   This park has a large population of the Yellow-bellied Marmots.

Finally when driving through Canada's Glacier National Park we get into the Canadian Rockies.

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