Alberta has their windmills.
We love holding hands.
The first night, we spent in Kimberley, BC. This is where Jesse's dad, Paul, is building a house that will be absolutely gorgeous.
Showing me how to hold the jack hammer.
Paul and his life-long friend, Rick.
On the road through BC....
The passes were steep going up and going down. There were quite a few runaway lanes.
I liked this car a lot.
I'm learning to be a navigator. Map reading has never been my forte but I'm learning... fast. Haha!
It rained off and on all day. Major rain.
We had a flat tire. We were going 100 km's so we're glad the car (and we) survived without a scratch.
The rain let up while we were changing the tire, thankfully! We went back down to Grand Forks and bought a tire from them. They were very helpful and sold us a good, used tire for $50.
Osoyoos, BC. We decided that we're going to go back to this place and visit. It is, simply put, the most beautiful place I have ever seen.
My favorite road sign! This part of the country was all vineyards.