Canadas Best Value Inn Prince George
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... have these views only in my memory.
We stopped in the town of Quesnel (silent 's') to walk across the world's longest wooden truss bridge, the first bridge built across the Fraser River in Quesnel in 1929. Hard to believe they used to drive cars and trucks across it until 1971!
Stopped for lunch at 10 Mile Lake Provencial Park. We were ...
... time with the family. Our last evening, Listening to the Traveling Wilburys is a tradition with the four of us. The drives, the days, the weather, the roads, the towns, the RV parks, the excursions will all run together and overtime will be blurred. The blogs I have written will help me recall the Alaskan Adventure and I can re-live it again. The 50 days went so fast. Some quick things to remember: The mosquitoes weren't that bad, but something liked me! Lots of rainy days, ...
... or some other “quick score”, as he didn’t open and examine the contents of any of my bags or containers. He did, however, detach my spare wheel from its improvised ratchet strap assembly in order to search the compartment below it…and that’s what ruined my day.
He cleared me a few minutes after this completely ridiculous search (I truly believe that the thought process was, “This guy sets off a lot of ...
... and finally we reach Prince George. We find a Motel and have dinner at the Keg Steakhouse.
We traveled through 4 distinct landscapes in 400 miles - the lush green at the Pacific Coast, the dry burned drought almost Arizonaresk' scenery behind the Pacific coastal mountain range, the green fields and rolling hills thereafter, and now the cascade mountains.
Now we are done for the day.
... Rosie is the Indian elder and due to age she now lives in Clinton. I would love to meet Rosie as she must be incredible to have lived in such a remote place. Darryl who droves us has lived at Rosie's for 5 years previous to starting work at Echo Valley ranch. Although he knows the road, it is still a challenge and certainly one that gives him an adrenalin hit. In our case he took ...