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We spent a night at Liard Hot Springs Provincial Park, where we enjoyed a soak in the sulphur hot springs. The lower pool was a nice mixture of river and spring water and was very comfortable. You could get yourself poached in the upper pool if you preferred. We met people from Austria, New Zealand, and Canada in the hot springs. After dinner, 3 of the couples joined our campfire, and we had a wonderful evening enjoying one of the outstanding pleasures of travel – meeting new people. We even picked up some new vernacular. One of the visitors referred to the whole bunch of us traveling retirees as “raisins.” It didn’t take long for us to make the connection, and everyone enjoyed a good laugh. We fell into bed around midnight, (shortly after sunset) totally pooped out by the great day.