slow road, pt 5
After a day (only a day since we left daughter’s place) of driving by astonishingly beautiful sights, we needed to stop for a night’s rest. We had booked in advance to stay at the Cottage B&B on Lillooet Lake. It’s off the grid on a beautiful lake with few occupants. The rough and narrow-at-times gravel road was a bit scary but we felt it was an adventure, reminding us of similar roads to cottages in our childhood. We felt instantly comfortable with the gracious hosts and enjoyed our spacious private space looking out on the water.
We spent most of the evening relaxing on the dock, enjoying the sunshine and scenery. Numerous collected pieces of driftwood arranged here and there made me very camera happy (more in a future post). The sunset was a glorious finale for a fantastic day.