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Enderby, BC – The Gateway To A $121 Fine


While vacationing in British Columbia last week, I made a slight detour along the way to check out the small city of Enderby, BC. I had read about the Sushwap River floats there and wanted to check out the scene.

As I drove into town, I decided to explore around before heading out over the bridge to the launch point. I eventually ended up on Cliff Avenue, the main drag. As I approached the intersection, I signaled to make a left turn and proceeded onto 97A after traffic cleared. I was immediately lit-up by an RCMP police cruiser. Continue reading

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