You can see that there are some extreme switchbacks in the road.
If you look in the far distance, you can see the blue plastic shelters (around the middle of the photo). Those are Aboriginal fishermen of the St'a'imc (pronounced Statleum) First Nation, who have set up camps to do their annual food fishing for salmon.
Here is a closer view...
and here are the fishermen right on the water (below). It can be dangerous as the river is very powerful.
Much of the salmon harvested in the summer months is preserved for the winter months. Aboriginal people preserve the salmon through wind drying and also through smoking it. Of course, the people also have the option today of freezing it and canning it.
Whatever way you eat it, it is delicious. Thank you for stopping by and reading my post for Scenic Sunday. I encourage you to click on the badge below and join in all the fabulous posts from around the world.
Photo credits: my brother