Coast Inn of the North
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... I had to switch on the light and rip the fabric that covers the cabin off. By this time Jenny was awake and quite angry as it was only 5 o’clock. She doesn’t hear anything as she wears earplugs. I removed the lollies to the fridge as I couldn’t put them in the bin as I thought I had heard it in the bin earlier. Then he appeared at the console and just stared at me. I had no idea what to do. Eventually it looked for the lollies but they weren’t there and ...
... and the travelers on their way through to somewhere. It's about 60 kms outside of Prince George and well worth the stop, if only to marvel at the construction materials. The logs have to be at least 80 cm in diameter! Huge! They offer cafe style food and in their display counter I spot all their different pies, cherry, apple, strawberry and rhubarb - they look extra delicious - and the strawberry and rhubarb certainly delivers on expectation! Yum! ...
Monday, August 5--Kisik River, BC to Prince George, BC--about 400 miles.
Campground: Bee Lazee Campground, Prince George, BC
I was able to send out a second blog this morning after working until close to midnight last night. It was a great place for using the Internet, and I thanked the owner profusely this morning before we ...
Sunday 30 June
Caught train at 8am with full day travel to get to Prince George by evening. Trip made more pleasant by last minute upgrade to 'touring' class – giving access to the glass dome which made for a very scenic comfortable trip, with only three other travellers sharing the 24-seat dome compartment.
Spectacular views of river, mountains, glaciers and popular fly-fishing spots (evidenced by ...
... lady in the tourist information center we push on to Rearguard Falls.
This waterfall on the Fraser River is impressive and the sound totally deafening. The sheer force of water is so powerful you would want to be messing about in it! The white water and rapids created downstream from it are also mightily good as we watch a raft rock it's way down. We are also in the shadow of the Mt. Terry Fox Provincial Park for those that would like to know.
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