Airstream Time

Exploring North America in an Airstream

Castlegar to Cranbrook

2 Responses to “Castlegar to Cranbrook”

  1. Jane-Ashley Skinner

    Make sure you stay abreast of all the fires and that your escape routes are not in danger of being shut down. In a lot of remote places there is often only one way in and one way out. In the wilderness it’s easy to get cut off from what’s happening. We see tourists wander into Big Sur all the time completely clueless. Fire moves and changes quickly. Just don’t get trapped. This is a bad fire season.

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  2. Greg

    That’s a great point Jane-Ashley. Today they closed all the forests here in Fernie. No one can go up for any reason. We are heading south to Crossover Campground in Wyoming. It is in a very remote area without cell coverage. We will stop in Whitefish or Columbia Falls and find out what is going on before going in. Thank you so much.

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