We have arrived at our current destination, Tubler Ridge, located in what I would call Northern British Columbia, but there is a lot more of this province in the North that in reality, we are central.
Just to give you a bit of scale, British Columbia is the size of Washington, Oregon, California and Nevada, combined. Some of the US biggest states all fit into this one area, so yea, its huge.
Lili and I departed Seattle on Sunday morning, later than we probably should have left, but we decided that it would be a better idea to be rested than to rush out early. The only issue with that is all it led to was more time to pack more things we didn’t essentially need on this trip.
We are going to be here in Tumbler Ridge for the next two weeks or so. During this time I am going to working mainly on getting the book organized and written and trying to get my life back in order before going back to the rat race of Seattle and floating my resume across the spectrum to look for a job that is more fitting to what I want to do with my life.
Some people do not ever get this chance to simply relax and look for a good paying job that is the right fit for what they want to do– and I feel very fortunate to be in a position to do it.
Just about 1,000 miles have passed since leaving Seattle on Sunday morning. We are in Jasper, Canada after spending a few nights camping and enjoying NOT WORKING. Today, we leave the most beautiful lands I have seen in a few moons.
Lili saw her first bear this morning, a little black baby bear.
Pics in a cpouple days, kids