McBride was a small town with a few houses, a nice cafe at the railway station, a PO and a mini mart where I managed to get some supplies like bread, fruit and some meats. I knew that there were to be no grocery stores till I got to Jasper and with so many days of camping ahead it made sense to stock up.
The RV park Beaverview had been nice, and now I headed to my next stop, the RV park at Tete Jaune cache, some 20 kms short of Mount Robson. At the Tete Jaune Lodge campground the hosts were a lovely couple and they gave me a great campsite by the Fraser river. The site itself was very clean, excellent showers and laundry room. Wifi was weak. I had one meal at the restaurant on the premises of the park, a great tasting pepperoni pizza. That cost me 10 CAD. The camp was 20 CAD and 5 CAD for the firewood.