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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 …
Well the title says it all, Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.
As we go through the blog you will see what we mean.
July 4th we headed back to Quesnel from a trip home for a week.
The weather is very hot once again, in the 30's. The month of May
was very unusual as well with 3 weeks of very hot weather for so early in
the spring. We try to arrive at the mine a little earlier because by noon it is very
friends and listen to live old time country music which is different every week.
Ray blew a hydraulic line on the link belt excavator, and made a quick on the spot
welding repair, which turned out to be successful and on we continued.
This past week June 8-12th we had a very productive week with long days at
the mine. We are finally into steady production, runny paydirt most of the day.
... back to our claim after a week at home catching up on acreage work, washing
and spending time with the mothers. We brought the quad to the mine so that we can
transport things to and from the meadow. I am happy to have it to drive from meadow
to claim, without walking the distance in bear country. We have seen many animals,
some very curious as to what and who to heck we are. A moose and deer have hung
... squirrel NO that's a joke but we did see a number of squirrels some a bit flat on the roadside and others still quite active. Lillooet was interesting as it was similar looking to some of the country we saw around Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon. They apparently have quite mild winters and low rainfall. The country just kept changing as we would climb around hills and mountains then go down steep drops into valleys always creeks ...