Coast High Country Inn
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... to stay in Fort Nelson.Just had lunch there instead..I had made bookings for all the 2 or more nights, but the single nights we would free camp or find somewhere and we ended up with the last 3 nights free camping but we only did 2.
Anyways we now have a day up our sleeve, so it should work out.
We left Liard River this morning at 0800, we filled up with gas @ $1.69 ltr, said goodbye to "Fred" the massive Bison roaming at the front of ...
... As I rounded the curve, there was a very large box truck that was already over the center line a the top of the truck was leaning in a not so friendly manner. Not a stopping issue, but there is no time to not pay attention. The next two happened near stone mountain going downhill, another 9 degree grade, winding around part of a mountain, I see a herd of goats standing in the roadway, a tourist vehicle stopped in the middle, they were out ...
... with working internet! And this place is a town with stores even a Starbucks as an indicator as to how big. Our first night we were entertained by the Frantic Follies. A very talented troupe of 6 can-caned, tapped danced, hilarious skits, poetry, and ragtime piano, banjos, and violins. Well done, unexpectedly so!! This was entertainment for the prospectors in 1890 during the gold rush here. Today we visited the longest wooden fish ladder in the ...
... a campfire. A very sweet spot. One of my favorites. I can't believe I haven't mentioned yet how EXPENSIVE Canada is. OMG. Gas is the equivalent of $6 - $7 per gallon. Once we paid $7.80. we knew it would be more expensive here but we didn't figure that much more. Food is expensive in general too, but BEER IS OUTRAGEOUS. Just to give you an idea, a 6 pack of 16 oz cans of Budweiser is $16.50. Not that we would ever buy Budweiser, but that puts things into perspective for you. We ...
... the photos and video I’ve posted. I could imagine that the photos would be even more dramatic if I’d had clear blue skies. During my drive back to Whitehorse, after returning up the Atlin Road I diverted off onto an alternate route back to town and found myself among some additional stunning scenery. At one point I stopped at a roadside rest/scenic viewpoint over a lake called Emerald Lake for a few pics, and while there a young ...