About 90 km south of Pemberton, along the In-SHOOK-ch forest service road there is a crack in the ground from which hot water flows.


Sloquet hot springs has a wonderful feel to it.


Many hours were spent soaking in the hot pools with Tess and Miki. During a night moment a cake was floated across the pool and a song happened to Miki.


We roasted breads and did other celebratory things.


As often happens to me in the mountains, I became enamored with the sunrise.


The sun risen was pretty good too.


The drive out infrastructure was even worth stopping for.


Daniel, Barb, and Oma were wonderful hosts to us, breaking up our return journey and offering an amazing morning view of Mount Currie.


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