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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... was fir and lodge pole pines and beautiful lakes nestled between. By the time we got to our campsite, Mountain Shadows, I wasn't feeling great and the swelling hadn't gotten any better. The very nice camp host called a clinic here and made arrangements for me to be seen. She even drove so we could follow her. A great nurse practioner saw me immediately (I was the only one there) gave me ...
... signs or notes with names on it from people who have traveled through. We were on the hunt to find our's from 2011 (we had put up one of Alex's name tapes). Did we find it yet? Nope! We thought we had an idea where it was but apparently not. Going to try and look through old pics in the computer for clues! We will head back later or in the morning to put up ours for this year and hopefully find ours from a few years ago. One thing we had ...
... at the Liard Hot Springs. So we will have a rest day for recuperation. Both humans and dogs!
We are ahead of schedule, so we will be in Stewart on the 14th of August for The Bears. That will also be a 2 or 3 night...stop over.
That cussed "check engine light" came on again...I think it is the EVAP again...so I'm ignoring it. I will say that otherwise the Rig is running great, and I really am getting 14.9 to 17 ...
... the hut would have found when he got back from the Assay Office that evening. However as they say the ends justify the means, and we are now in possession of sufficient quantity of gold to be in a position to affect world prices.
But back to Dawson City which is made of wood and has wooden sidewalks, sorry pavements. It looks the authentic gold rush town and even has a saloon called Diamond Tooth Gerties, the eponymous owner of which is famed more for ...
... hope this rock stays where it’s at!!! We are passing through the Uskwa-Ketchna Management Area and nearby is the Tetsa River Regional Campground. Not far away is another grade but this one is a piece of cake—only 6%. We are in the middle of nowhere!! Now I know why Good Sam sells their towing policy so cheap—You couldn’t reach them if you wanted too!!! The truck windshield has a new crack in it; be the end of our trip, I’m sure the ...