From Revelstoke, we continued west on Trans-Canada Highway 1/TC-1 towards Kamloops. BC.
First stop was the British Columbia Wildlife Park.
|An Ursus arctos horribilis/Grizzly Bear (KSS)|
What is that furry thing to the right?
|Wildlife Express mini train (KSS)|
|BC Wildlife Park Train Museum|
|Domestic goat (KSS)|
|The remains of Buck-Doe City (KSS)|
Ursus americanus kermodei/Kermode Bear,
subspecies of the American Black Bear;
"Clover" is the only kermode bear in captivity(KSS)
The Kermode Bear, also known as a Spirit Bear, is the provincial animal of BC.
|Cervus canadensis/Elk or Wapiti (KSS)|
|Female Alces alces/Moose (KSS)|
In the city of Kamloops, we had lunch at the Noble Pig Brewhouse. Quite sophisticated!
|Fish 'n' chips|
|Beef cheek sandwich|
|The Noble Pig Brewhouse poster (KSS)|
|The silt-laden Fraser River meets the green Thompson River|
|Here the Fraser River is half brown and half green|
|Caboose Park in Lytton, BC with a|
Canadian National Railroad (CNR) #78939 caboose
|Caboose Park: Lytton Jellyroll, a slice of|
a geologic structure made by a submarine slump
|Tamiko crosses the Alexandra Bridge (1863,|
rebuilt 1926 on the original foundations) (KSS)
|View down the Fraser River towards the TC-1 bridge (KSS)|
|Alexandra Bridge from the west bank|
|Flooring of the Alexandra Bridge|
|Giant Raspberries (2011, by Manjit Sandhu)|
in Abbotsford, BC, the Raspberry Capital of BC (PBB)