I started out the day from , Bellingham Wa. From I-5 took the scenic road toward , mt. Baker , that brings me to the border crossing , in the town of Sumas Wa. The Canadian girl in the booth , had been to Tulum before , she even knew where Akumal was . 3 min. with her and I was on the road again . I was on the Hi Way in no time , bright green fields all around , snow caped mts. on both sides . An hour later, I started thru the Mt. route , 2 lane road winding along the river . Steep slopes tree covered , topped with snow , maybe 2 hours later , I stopped for a look at , ” Hells Gate ” . This is a narrow passage on the river , maybe 40 ft. across , the water comes from 3 rivers upstream , just like a funnel it runs thru Hells Gate . They say the water is , 160 ft. deep as it passes thru there . There is a tram that runs down, to a platform over the river , you can hear the water from the road . 2 more hours up the road and it all changes , it starts to lose the greenery , replaced by rocky cliffs . By Cache Creek , it is more flat meadows and farms . Still no Bigfoot sightings , but he does live around here . The weather was perfect , I’m still wearing Sandals , temp. was 75-80 all day , bright sunshine , no wind . I made it to the town of , Quesnel BC .There was a car parked in the hotel , with Kentucky tags , I was wondering if they were related , to Bart Or Dider , who else could be following me ?? Small town that you can walk the streets at night , I chose dinner and beer .