Day 15 7/6/2019 Start: 9:30am Dease Lake BC Stop: 7pm Old Hazleton, BC Total: 425mi Rode a lot more of Hwy 37 and 37A to Hyder AK (if the NJ guys said it was a must ride, I'm not going to argue). 37A through the mountains and along the water was truly stunning. We passed glaciers, clear blue lakes and ponds, and rode a bunch of fun curves. It started out cool, but got up to 87F and pretty steamy with humidity. We stopped at the Bell 2 Lodge for lunch...(had the beef sandwich of course 6/10 score. It wasn't bad but it was a little overpriced and had some trendy micro greens or something on it, too up-town for me.) While we were there we met another couple riders from the UK who were making their way around the world. They'd already ridden through Asia and were now treking through Canada heading South. Pete Foley and Caroline Nunn (I think that's the correct spelling) were a lot of fun to chat with and hearing their stories. But we had to keep rolling so we said our good-bye's and hit the road. We were both pretty humbled hearing about Pete and Caroline's travels. They are some hardcore ADV riders. I friended Pete on facebook and I see he made his way down Baja and is now in Central America. We passed through Stewart on our way to Hyder. There is still some logging going on using the water to move the trees. It was like we went back 100 years seeing them floating and the little barge boats they use to move them around. We lucked out and found a really nice campground. Ksan Campground in Old Hazleton, BC was fairly inexpensive and had nice amenities. Only drawback was that they had pay showers which only took loonies. We had to ask our neighbors to make change for us to get more than a 5min shower. It started raining right as we were making dinner and it was cozy with Eric and I sharing an umbrella.