Just south of Cache Creek in the interior on British Columbia, I stop on my road trip home to visit my parents outside of Vanderhoof. It has been a bad summer for forest fires. The fall air is still so thick with smoke it makes my throat burn and my eyes sting. Everything feels singed. But the highway is finally open all the way through the Cariboo. So I close off the outside air circulation in the car and keep going.
South of Cache Creek, British Columbia, Canada