From the bloggers at Gone With the Wynns.
This is it, the very last stretch of our grand Alaska Bound road trip. Hyder was our last Alaskan hurrah and now we’re south bound in British Columbia headed for the border crossing in Vancouver.
It’s around 1000 miles from Stewart to Vancouver, British Columbia, and there may be 1000 things worth exploring within this route but, for us the circumstances aren’t right. What I mean by that is we’re on a deadline to get back to the lower 48 for a job (because sadly we’re not rich or retired) and it’s late in the season which means everything is closing for winter.
One big takeaway that life on the road has taught us is: it’s impossible to hit every attraction, especially in the height of its season. Which means we’re always having to pick and choose what we want to see and do this season and save the rest for a future trip. For us, this particular stretch of pavement will have to be properly explored another time.
However, this doesn’t mean we don’t enjoy the journey! While we may not have fully explored this stretch of land, we still managed to find a few adventures (and bears) along the way.
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