Barkerville, a gold-rush town established in the late 1800s, lies around 80km from Quesnel (here in western Canuckistan) by road. It has been restored and is a thriving tourist attraction during the summer. In winter the snows envelope it and the town is officially closed to visitors. Yesterday four of us drove up to assault the town with our cameras, and to enjoy it like few tourists ever do.
I hope to share some of the photos soon. In the meantime, enjoy with me some of the funny signs I saw around town.
And inside was this scene: