We enjoyed our 32-hour 400-mile sail on the Inside Passage from Juneau to Prince Rupert aboard the MV Malaspina.
At landfall we were still only partway through British Columbia and 3600 miles from home. We were happy to get back to van travel, but knowing a serious storm was also headed to Florida (and at a much faster pace) felt a little surreal. We’re very grateful to have exceptional support on the homefront. (Thanks Lyn, Steve & Mark!)
We found some lovely solitary camping spots by water for the next several nights as we headed east and south across the waters, forests and small towns of B.C.
Mt. Robson in the Canadian Rockies was “out” and imposing when we passed this time (opening photo).
The Icefields Parkway was also just as spectacular from the opposite direction.
For some reason it felt good to cross the border and be back in the lower 48 (perhaps in part because the math became easier - imperial vs metric)! Plus we got to visit Alice again in northwest Montana.