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Beautiful scenery while travelling through British Columbia. All photos were taken through a closed window in a moving RV on the way to Whistler - July 13, 2015

Sea-to-Sky Highway welcome stone Beautiful scenery
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Lions Bay stone anchor sign
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Below: Right after passing a bunch of bicyclists, the two RV Gypsies noticed the white poles sticking out of a cliff, forcing the bicyclists into the road at that point, even though there was a corner. Cars may not see the bicyclists after they go around that corner. This seemed dangerous to the two RV Gypsies.

poles
beautiful scenery beautiful scenery
beautiful scenery Squamish rock
big rock by road big rock by road
big rock by road sign: Caution Bears
a big logger Pinecrest and Black Tusk sign
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This is not a linear website, so visitors always have options of where to navigate next. Below are three of those options.

please continue on to travel adventures of the two RV Gypsies Visit sites in the order they happened and continue on to Whistler RV Park and amazing scenery including Black Tusk.

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go back to the British Columbia menu RETURN to the British Columbia main menu.

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please continue on to travel adventures of the two RV Gypsies Go to the main Canada menu for Alberta, Saskatchewan, The Yukon Territory, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, PEI, Nova Scotia, Campobello Island, and New Brunswick.