The trail looked awesome on my way out. I can't wait till next year, when I'm not pregnant, so I can see if I remember how to ride there. ;)
Last August I was part of a Big Wild trip in the Southern Chilcotins. We raised money and awareness for the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society, and spent five days on a horseback assisted trip, because we are all desk jockeys who like to ride bikes, and don't know our way around the southern Chilcotins.
But that's beside the point.
Really I just want to share the video that finally got edited into something interesting this past weekend. Lorne Hoover recorded all the video with his nearly broken camcorder, and my husband Adam did the editing (who unfortunately was too sick to go on the trip with us, and missed all the fun.)
Anyhow. I'll stop rambling. Here's the video.
"If polar bears are dying because there's no ice in the north, why can't we move them to the Antarctic? There are so many penguins there they'd never starve!"
(I've been asked this at least three times.)
"So what is your organization doing about the Genetic Bomb threat that was released in the Columbia explosion and is killing all the cows? Can I send you information about it?"
(Okay, this one wasn't exactly stupid… he did send me information about it. Boy howdy.)
Oh yeah, here's a write-up for that Seymour day. Now with 100% more north shore rain!