4 Pines Motel

Address: 108 - 8th Avenue, Lillooet, British Columbia, V0K 1V0, Canada | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 108 - 8th Avenue, Lillooet.
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    Travel Blogs from Lillooet

    Last day

    A travel blog entry by robin.carr on Apr 25, 2015

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    Last day Blues were compounded by some rotten weather. I was determined to have a shower, the second of the holiday, it had dawned on me that it would be in a car for 3 hours with someone taking me to Vancouver. Showers in a camp are tricky. So it was helpful I woke before 6 to boil a large saucepan of water which I would then need to mix with cold river water to make up the volume. Chads shower he made, was 4 trees strategically spaced to enable a rope to be strung across to hold up the ...

    Day 5 better to have hooked and lost rather than n

    A travel blog entry by robin.carr on Apr 24, 2015

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    Today was easily our coldest wettest day so far, the weather had deteriorated and it was like being in a low cloud, only colder. Undaunted we set off for the same place above the cannon were I had had success early in the week. The Maple syrup flavoured sausages were delicious and stoked the fire for the mornings events. I was determined to catch a salmon on a fly rod. So that when we had run back to the spot above the canyon I had my chance. I ...

    Day 4

    A travel blog entry by robin.carr on Apr 23, 2015

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    It's cold, really cold, and raining. So now is the chance to see if all this kit was worth it. So armed with 7 layers we set off up stream. Today we were going back through the cannon to where I had caught the first Chinook. Three three pool. My ambition to catch a chinook on one of my flies started here. The Spey casting is still terrible but better in the morning as I am less physically tired. To my ...

    Day two

    A travel blog entry by robin.carr on Apr 21, 2015

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    Day two got off to an early start , with the " is there a doctor in the house" scenario once again. Martin had woken at 3 in terrible pain in his wrist, so that when I woke a little while later he turned on the light and told me the tale of woe. The poor man was in terrible pain. To my mind it was probaly related to the fact he had just spent 12 hours fishing having not picked up a rod for 6 months, but it was not a tendon thing it was more the wrist joint. So I treated him as if he had ...

    Day one chillawack to wilderness camp

    A travel blog entry by robin.carr on Apr 20, 2015

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    ... take days by boat, but these boats can do 50 mph on a flat water, and in places it was like glass. The view was breathtaking as was the effect of leaving the safty of the cabin and sticking your head out of the roof. The water is opaque and almost Jade in colour, from the glacier and snow melting in the mountains and is ridiculously cold. In short you don't want to fall in and you very quickly freeze and drown. So the swimming trunks were a bit of a wast of time. I ...

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