Be careful of what you wish for. This morning started out at 62°F and by late morning, I had on my fleece jacket and the grip heaters on low. It looked like rain all day (but no rain fell) and no matter which way I was heading, there seemed to be a stiff head wind. The gas consumption reflected the driving conditions with full throttle being the norm.
It was yet another long day (320 miles). This was on Canada 1 to Cache Creek and Hwy 97 north to todays stop at Quesnel, BC so everyone else seemed to be in a huge hurry and the speed limit was 110 km/hr on many parts of the hwy. I was looking for a campground starting about an hour back but nothing really stood out. I don't remember passing a single Provincial campground today. Probably because I'm out of the mountains. Since there wasn't functional wi-fi at the last campground, I stopped at a Tim Hortons for lunch and used their wi-fi. It was really slow but at least it worked.
Not really finding a nice campground, I stopped at an old standby. The Airport motel and RV Park. Nothing really to write home about but it'll work. And the price is right ($15) and the wi-fi works. The only real negative is the lack of shade. I think that most of the other "campers" are really seasonal workers.