Big Horn Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBig Horn Hotel Watson Lake
Long day after a late start. Got in at 8:45 after driving almost 600 miles. Lots of road construction. Hard to get use to it not being dark at night and no AC even if its 60 outside its still stuffy inside. Hate having the windows open, I can hear everything outside. Cars people
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... drove through needle tree forests for miles and miles, finally making it to Tok. When we arrived, Bud insisted on visiting a jewelry store that we stopped at on our way into Alaska. I didn't really want to stop but...oh well. The jeweler had a nugget necklace that I had admired when we were there but I wouldn't buy it because it was too early in our adventure. Bud had called ahead and ordered the necklace for me. It ...
We left to drive thru Lake Watson, and see the town. I stopped to fill up with diesel and then went over to the Visitors Center. We walked around the Signpost Forest. There are now over 73,000 signs posted. We watched a very informative movie on the construction of the Alaska Highway. The center also gave a detailed guide of what to look for on the road ahead towards Fort Nelson. We then drove to the Northern Lights Planetarium where we watched a domed screen movie on the ...
... booklets on what to do if confronted by a bear. Yeah right...is that a black, brown or grizzly????? I'm not going to stick around to find out.
July 19th we went on a hike with the owner of the RV park. She gathered everyone together and then sent her husband after her rifle. We just have walking sticks...what's wrong with this picture??? Along our hike we saw a moose and thank goodness nothing else. The grizzly still patrolled at the entrance to our park. ...
... close to the surface usually inside other extrusions of molten rock (Had enough yet…I did warn you.) So…gold can be found in 3 forms….in a seam, as nuggets that have been broken out of the seam, or as dust or flakes which are part of a rivers natural erosion capabilities. Going for flakes is the most labour intensive and least profitable of the three forms so clearly this was the one chosen by the self elected Chief Panning Officer of ...
... as many pines. The air is very dry up here; I woke up with a bloody nose this morning.There is very little moisture in the air unless it is about to rain. The road quality up here is going downhill by the minute. It is like a washboard. The campers that are coming toward us have already been to Alaska. Now we are going up a grade. We are surrounded by mountains covered with pine trees. The sky is blue with clouds that remind me of spun cotton. There doesn’t seem to ...