Kathy's Korner B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Life must have been very hard up there, when it was operational from 1964-1983, and temperatures 30 degrees Celsius below freezing.
Spotted a short tailed weasel (that is an ermine when it has its white winter fur) and a hoary (not hairy) marmot who just watched us as we looked at him.
Back to town, after being questioned +++ by incoming Canada border officials. Not sure why the border post is there at all, as you ...
By the time we ported and disembark it was almost Midnight.. So after camping up and restocking food, water and Fuel ( and cider ) the Big Drive north began, the first mission being Alaska!! Stopping at the Town of Stuart for the night on route..
The scenery just kept getting better and better... It was hard to imagine how the views would be better in Alaska... But they were.
It took a couple of days driving ...
... 65mph). There are very few cars on the road, so slow traffic (mine or the other guy's is not a problem. There are plenty of opportunities for safe passing.
The Cassiar is known for it's wildlife viewing, but we're probably a little early in the season for mucn of that. We did come around one bend to find a bear cub bouncing across the road. We slowed down and tried to catch a photo, but he was in the bushes on the other side too quickly. ...
Took RT 37, Cassiar Hwy. To RT 37A Stewart HWY. To Hyder, AK., Pop 60. It is the bear viewing capital of North America during late June till August. So far we have only seen a lot of bear poo but no bears. Lucky we got a picture of a black bear just outside of town before we arrived. Today we drove up to ...
... and yesterday as low as 1.069 / litre.
We made a stop at Moricetown Canyon and Falls -- brown water rushing strong. Memories of being here when the First Nations were fishing the canyon during the salmon run, many years ago. When we lived in Terrace late '78 and for about a year, we heard a saying about the Skeena and touching the waters of it will mean you return to it. Today, some 37 years later, we followed it ...