Pacific Northwest

Peggy, Layla, and I left Modesto, California on June 15, 2010, and headed north on Interstate 5, in the FED (our class B RV), through Seattle and onto Anacortes, Washington

June 15 | 16 | 17 | 18-19 | 20

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Vancouver Island

From Anacortes, Washington, we boarded a ferry, on June 21, to cross the Strait of Georgia to Sidney on Vancouver Island in Canada.

June 21, part I | part II || 22 | 23 | 24


British Columbia

Then it was another ferry back across the Strait of Georgia to Powell River in British Columbia... where we caught a series of ferries and drove down the Sunshine Coast on Highway 101. And yet another ferry across Howe Sound pointed us north on Highway 99, a.k.a. the Sea-to-Sky Highway. With a little easterly jaunt on the Trans Canada Highway before continuing north on 5 and east on 16, we covered about 1,000 miles from Whistler, BC, to Jasper, Alberta.
June 25 | 26 | 27

Alberta and the Canadian Rockies

The Icefield Parkway took us southeast from Jasper through the Canadian Rocky Mountains... most of the way, before angling over to Waterton Lakes National Park, which shares the Canadian/U.S. border with Glacier National Park in Montana.
June 28 | 29 | 30 || July 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5

And back to California:

From July 6 to 13, the FED took us through the states of Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, Nevada and California, crossing state borders six times. In fact, on July 8, we had breakfast in Washington, lunch in Oregon and dinner in Idaho. Of course, the camera was ever at the ready...

Montana| Idaho| Washington| Oregon| Nevada| California


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