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You're right, pg. They don't get much snow here...Tex would be right at home... LOLThis area is desert with quite high temperatures in the summer (90-101degrees F)...although Lytton, which is somewhat south of here, is frequently the hot spot of Canada. Lytton is also where this river joins the Fraser River...so the clear, cold water here becomes very muddy.Farther north of here is a unique geological feature found nowhere else in the world (according to a documentary a few years back). These hills have natural "steps" or ridges running across the face of the hillside...but they don't how they are caused.
Gems that is a dusting or partly cloudy.