We left Vancouver Island on our way to eastern Montana. Having waited out the unexpected September 30th blizzard, we hoped to find that the worst was over after a few days of traveling.
In the southern interior of British Columbia is the Similkameen Valley, probably best known for being a wine growing region of the South Okanagan.
For us, it was a good place to stop for a quick coffee and sandwich while the dogs stretched their legs.
Then we continued on with our truck and trailer to the U.S. border into Washington and Coulee City.
The Coulee City Community Park provides RV parking and a lovely setting on the south end of Banks Lake, a reservoir created in 1942 after the completion of the Grand Coulee Dam on the Columbia River.
Our stay at Coulee City was perfect, but the worst was yet to come. Stay tuned.