Day 15 – Laird River, B.C., Canada   2 comments

Laird is known for their outdoor hot springs. It was a beautiful drive to get there.

I think the prettiest overlook of the day was the one pictured below.

We stopped for cinnamon buns and who would have thought that the best ever would have come from an RV campground which is pictured below.

It’s called Testa River RV Park and it’s in the middle of nowhere. We had to wait 45 min. for the buns to come out of the oven, which wasn’t bad since some of our guests were told the wait was 1 ½ hours. They make 50 in a batch and they were on their 4th or 5th batch when we got there. We were told someone ahead of us bought a couple of dozen and had them shipped to Australia!

Below left they are ready to be popped into the oven and on the right they have just popped out of the oven.

The owner is also the baker. Pictured below he is adding the finishing touch of the icing.

They were the biggest and BEST cinnamon buns I’ve ever had. They were just as good the next day.

The only wildlife we saw today was elk.

Before arriving at Laird Hot Springs, we went over, or thru, Stone Mountain.

By the time we got to Laird Hot Springs, we were too tired to think about going to the hot springs, not to mention the mosquitos were super bad. I did get photos from a guest.

We camped at the Provincial Park, which meant no hookups and not running the generator all night. What a wonderful quiet and peaceful night.


2 responses to “Day 15 – Laird River, B.C., Canada

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  1. I am expecting some cinamon buns soon. If someone can ship them to Australia, certainly you could ship some to your sister in America.


  2. haha, oops….guess I shouldn’t have mentioned that. I would have shipped them, but we ate them. 🙂

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