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The "All Aboard" ceremony was just a little different at Jasper. With a Rocky Mountaineer with only one Gold Leaf dome carriage and five other carriages this was a small affair. Nevertheless the passengers were just as excited and expectant. The gentleman from the passenger list who tooted the train whistle to get us aboard was an Englishman who …
This is the last blog of our second year mining.
September has brought in rain and cool weather which we worked through.
Mornings were very cool with frost and some ice here and there at the mine.
To continue mining in September we had to drain the water lines every evening
or we would have broken valves and pipes next morning.
Our holiday trailer lines were beginning to freeze up as well.
... a little ridiculous. The yellow jacket wasps have
been around near food or water. The bumblebee which I have always admired
has stung me 3 times.
August 27th - Karl and Joyce Tilander friends from home who have spent
a couple of months at the campsite, came to the mine to test out their new
highbanker. It was a very warm day for digging but with plenty of liquids
they managed to get enough paydirt.
August 28th - ...
... always knowing where everyone is located. Kind of neat when
you call in your location and the truckers return a call back to you, making us feel safer.
People have asked me about the Likely Mining disaster. We are not near that location.
On August 7th we celebrated our 43rd anniversary with others, we are never home for it.
August 10th had Ray to the hospital something in his eye, fell out of his ...
... accidentally cut off 3 middle toes on one foot. Ray had just returned from the claim and
noticed all the commotion. He put his new first aid to work. We stabilized sheila and
called for an ambulance from Quesnel. She is sore but is healing.
We help her where we can. We now are back home to do things we need to do, until
the next trip out to the Caribou. ELAINE