I finished the first, hand-written draft of the Chapter: "British Columbia, 1928." It was an interesting one to write, because Lillian met up with so many interesting characters that were representative of the time and place. She met provincial policemen, telegraph linesmen, old miners, prospectors, homesteaders and more.
For many of these people, her story was passed on through generations and she is remembered still as "the woman who walked to Russia."
I'm pretty happy that this chapter is roughed out. When I do the first typed draft, I'll incorporate some more information that I have.
Now, I am planning to go through my recently acquired research material for Ontario. I'm really looking forward to it!