Aurora Park Inn & Suites

12004-8th Street, Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Canada | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Dawson Creek

Mile Zero

A travel blog entry by tdtingle


... more information on the highway construction. Both of these locations had films. I will give the town two apples and the films three cherries on the Tingle scale.

The Alaskan Highway was constructed just as our country was entering World War Two. Our leaders realized that the Japanese were very close to our Alaskan Territory and we needed ...

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A travel blog entry by mandhtravel


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Day 82 - Dawson Creek Photo Op

A travel blog entry by 10sandy


July 20th - Where has the time gone? Too fast. Tomorrow we will be on the Alaska Highway and we will eventually take the whole trip to Fairbanks.

Today we dodged lots of rain showers and a little thunder thrown in for good measure. Actually we need a day like this to get the wash done and do a general clean up on the RV. So far, we have had only minor things go wrong, so we are very fortunate with that. The old girl is performing ...

Oh What a Highway

A travel blog entry by misslexie


... Village in Dearborn. We took pictures of the Mile
O Post in the center of town, and watched the two films that we bought about
the building of the Alaskan Hwy. Road conditions while building the road were
terrible. Mud everywhere. Machines and equipment buried in it. They built this
road in less than 12 months which is amazing considering the conditions.
Mosquitoes were everywhere. You didn't dare go outside for ...

Where It Started - Where We Started

A travel blog entry by roger.harvey


... done so Judy and Roger could have their photos taken at Mile Marker 0 in the rain. See the overcast in the photos; that evening and all night it poured. When I woke up in the morning the fog was so dense that I couldn't see the many rigs packed in next to us -- there's always good that comes out of rain and fog.

We just completed the longest leg of the trip without anything but forest and more forest -- 280 miles of ...


This hotel, located on 12004-8th Street, Dawson Creek, is near Jack London's Cabin and Interpretive Centre.
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