This was on the edge of a town in Alberta with all dirt roads, even in the residential (with concrete sidewalks) and business sections. That was worth a little tour before getting gas.
I was about to pull into a town in Alberta wet and cold and wanting nothing but a motel room, the highway turned into this, with the actual highway continuing via an exit. Instead I went down this road for a mile before turning back for the motel, because I'm an idiot.
Other people in this town like to get dirty too.
A silly tourist thing, but I sure was glad to finally be on this road and done with the long boring Canadian prairie.
Trying to get a shot of the view from this bridge, (I couldn't), I pulled into the wayside just after it and saw this dirt road. I didn't get too far out of sight of everything before seeing a deer carcass fresh enough for something bigger than me to still want, and decided to bail.
I met Bill from Arizona at a gas station and we rode to Fort Nelson together.
The bikes in Fort Nelson. I just liked the way the light looked here.
More later, I have to go do some laundry.