Well, it pays to follow the forecast at this time of the year. Today, the sun came out for about 3 hours – glorious 60ºF – got rugs shook, swept out the rig, washed the floor, dumped tanks, refilled water. Then boom… the rains returned. Today and tomorrow morning is the last of the “balmy” weather. So, I’m heading west. Frozen precipitation is forecast for here tomorrow night. In fact, its forecast for this whole next week in this region, including up in Haines. Bummer. So am heading for Prince Rupert tomorrow morning. There forecast is moderating temperatures around 40-50ºF and rain. Quite doable.
|The river and changing landscape|
This is a picture behind my rig here at Fort Telkwa… its really a pretty little place. The wind came thru last night and all these leaves are now floating down the river. Bare boring trees now.