We start lunch at a table but move under the shelter as it starts to rain. As the rain clears and we finish lunch, we notice tons of little frogs hopping all around us. They're all less than an inch in size, patterned with all shades of green and brown. We catch some and have tons of fun watching them all hopping around.
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At some point, we have entered what is known as the 'lakes district." Our afternoon ride brings us through more flats, some hills, farms, and lots of lakes. Late afternoon, we reach Burns Lake, where we fill up water and drink a lot of chocolate milk. Looking for a campsite, we bike 13 miles or so to the recreation site out of town. Right before the turnoff, I see the biggest logging mill I've ever seen. Piles and piles of logs! The logging industry is huge here. The rec site is 2 km off the road but we soon realize that it's 2 km on gravel and steep uphill. We decide to find a different place. There's nothing on this road, so this soon becomes a challenging task. It's starting to get dark when we finally see a turnoff for another rec site, where we find a perfect little campground. We are incredibly grateful for this quiet spot.