Running To a Glacier in British Columbia (And So Many Bears) – Pan-American Highway Travels

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Join Kayla, Jason, Barley, and Niffler as they run to Guyishton Lake, drive to Stewart British Columbia, and then run to a glacier. We had a lovely run to Guyishton Lake and found plenty of internet at the Stewart Visitor Center (free) and at Meziadin Junction (paid). On a whim, we parked between Stewart and Meziadin for a quick run to a glacier.

WHAT FUN! We also saw SO many bears. We end up having major door repair issues that are *still unresolved.* Follow us along the Pan-American Highway in Saga the Van and wish us luck!

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