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- Microwave in room
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Oh Canada, or rather, British Colombia, we've fallen in love with you! What a beautiful, welcoming, easy to RV-in country you are. We’re now almost two months into our trip; we drove over 3,000 miles in 36 days from San Jose to the border –and enjoyed it all, except maybe the leaks! During our first 16 days in Canada we managed only 500miles, why? Here are some of the reasons.
... drive away) for an afternoon theatre show. It was pretty exciting since we were the first live children's show ever to be performed there. I love being able to bring art to kids that wouldn't otherwise get exposed to it. After we packed up, it was a quick 45 minutes to Smithers where we checked into our room ...
... to take us a full 2 weeks to get to Anchorage. Sheesh, Alaska is really far away!The drive is super beautiful though; there really isn't anything for miles in between towns, and when I say towns, I mean small native villages with maybe a gas station, and sometimes a convenience store:) we're doing fine with gas though, the fill up stations are pretty evenly spaced ...
... then one can put a campground on it. If you get, again, WiFi, electricity, a water spigot, and a dump station...people will come. You charge $ 28 to 35 dollars a night, and then you can take the winter off and go south, really South for the winter. This woman's gardens was the selling point here, no river or great views. Just a clean, grassy space with flowers and WiFi. So while I didn't publish this right away...I did include some Begonias to look ...
... 800 pack horses and
mules just to supply the great numbers of men out in the bush. As we worked our way farther south we stopped
just outside of Smithers and spent time watching some 2nd nation men dip
netting. At first I thought that it was
for Salmon, but to come to find out they were counting Steelhead Trout. It was
a surprise to both David and I that this trout also migrates from the ocean
much as the Salmon. It seemed for ...