Day 28 - part 2
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The sun decided to take a peek over the mountains, giving us a call to start the day. Being grateful, the roads are still open for usages, in terms of the fires. It hasn't reached to the area and to the danger of menacing our lives. Yippie, another day is given to us! Toward our destination of Halfway Road, where the remote hot springs exist, another winding road became part of our journey. Including this journey was a beautiful waterfall where a picnic under the trees were enjoyed. Being contented, the hot springs was our next goal. Reaching this goal, it dawned on us that it required for us to trek down to the pool below. BS opted out and Alynn trampled down. Halfway down, it was becoming too steep to risk yourself to go by yourself. You never know if you hurt yourself and require help. Also, it is quite a challenge when trampling down with a thick, long, ankle-length summer dress! A silly move it was but funny!
We may have not had the luxury of enjoying the hot springs but the luxury of foraging in the dense woods for those wild, juicy, fresh red Canadian Raspberries. Care to nibble on those super fruit with us little gals? In time to catch the next ferry to cross the upper Arrow Lake (which is actually man made lake!! Can't men leave nature alone and appreciate what Mother Earth has created for us?), a time to relieve ourselves happened. While on the ferry, with few eyes as our witnesses, we had the liberty to let our bodies dance in the breeze with the sun setting.