Oh my word I've just been reminded of a catastrophe that I haven't mentioned yet. Over night while I slept in the salt shed some animals, ravens I would think, went through my food stash and I was unable to have tea that morning. How I ever survived to write this Ride Report I will never know. But, having left the campground I went to the Rugged Bean cafe for breakfast. I also, apparently, filled up with petrol. And then it was time for exploring. I headed for the Gun Lake area having seen it when I was out that way with @rob1313 the previous month. There is so much back country to explore out that way. I didn't really know where I was headed, just winged it. A future camp site? The old Minto village One of the two accesses to The Hurley River Road This map showed me two more summer only 4x4 roads that lead back to Highway 40. I thought that I found one of them a little later. I was wrong. The size of this place! Given its location I assume that it is meant to be a cottage. Bloody Norah! Around this time I became completely lost. But that was ok, I was having fun. Goldbridge ^ Goldbridge again. The pown gas pump in the background. It looks like a commercial card lock but it's not, it will take your CC. ^ The road from Goldbridge to Bralorne isn't all bad. And I arrived at Bralorne... The other Hurley River Rd access ^ Should you be wondering! Time to take that Hurley access. It would lead me to the junction that @rob1313 and I had come to and decided to take the other road from, toward Lillooet. The road (from Goldbridge) does go out through and beyond Bralorne. I have no idea what's out that way, something to find out on my next visit. The gold mine Tailings, anyone? That's the Cadwallader River. "How on earth can he know such a thing?" you ask... I enjoyed this little road. It probably wasn't more than about 10km to the junction, but it was pretty back there. Beyond the junction now, I think. Headed back to Hwy 40 and the turn off for Goldbridge on the Lillooet road. ...and back in Lillooet... I had tried to fill up with fuel in Goldbridge on the way back. I had 120km left in the tank and 100km to go, I knew that fuel would be more expensive in Goldbridge than in Lillooet but I wanted to be able to state unequivocally that you can indeed fill up in Goldbridge. Well...I'm sure that you can, but I couldn't work the pump because the screen telling me which buttons to press wasn't working. Perhaps if I lived there and was familiar with it I'd know anyway. There were instructions on the side of the pump and perhaps there was a switch to turn the screen on, I don't know. A local pick up pulled in to the pumps just as I was pulling out, I could have asked him/her how to work it but I didn't care quite that much. All in all that was one of the best days I've had on my bike in a long time.