Coast High Country Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Jordan at 25 vs. Jordan at 30!
It feels right that I'm going back. The village I fell in love with at once, so breathtaking in its panorama, it's tuckedness into the mountain, the way it curved along the river to make a home for the counted few...it's about to get fewer.
They (the government) have decided to close its only school. I understand the reasoning, it's rational. I tried my darndness: teaching my pre-school class of four to ...
Some of the most beautiful things ive ever seen!!! Just grabbed some food after a good evening in the hotsprings and playing pool with ian and chris. As soon as we walked out of mcdonalds! we saw them. STUNNING!!!!! I couldnt believe it... So ...
... Wade, Alaska. It is only open during the summer months.
As of July 2014, the US portion of the highway is paved, and most of the Canadian portion is unpaved. The highway got is name because, along much of its length, it skirts the crest of the hills, so as you ride along you look down on the valleys ...
... a pull off area that would be perfect for a shot. There was a truck flat bed sitting empty. The space looked long enough to stop. There are no paved shoulders or pull offs in Canada out here. As soon as I hit the area I realized it was gravel and I couldn't use the brakes going down hill at that speed on gravel. So quickly back on the highway and another memory for my mind only. The second pucker moment was on an up hill left climb out of ...
... as we saw 3 dead along the highway.
A nice stop was a hike to Rancheria Falls thru well layed paths and a nice boardwalk. Shortly after getting back on the road it began to rain, which was welcomed as a possibility of washing off some of the dust we’ve accumulated on the RV and Subaru the last few days. Unfortunately, the rain didn’t last long and little dust was displaced.
Further up the road we crossed ...