Two weeks ago I moved to Kamloops, British Columbia (BC) to start a new job.
At the moment pretty much all of Southern BC is on fire:
I only spent one day in Kamloops before I drove 3 hours up north for my job, to Williams Lake.
After the first workday we went fishing. We didn‘t catch anything but the scenery was very beautiful.
The next day after work I drove to Barkerville, the biggest ghost town in Western North America. Barkerville used to be a community where gold miners lived in the 1860s until the mid 20th century. It was fully restored in the 1950s and you can even book a room in the restored hotel there.
On Saturday Williams Lake hosted a memorial stock car race which I watched until a big crash happened (last picture) in the last race and it started raining.
After finishing the job in Williams Lake we drove about 4 hours south to a small town called Hope where we are still working at the moment.