Days Inn & Suites Yellowknife
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... all the boats in on the same day with enough time to prep them to go out again later in the day. Our pilot told us they had 22 boats to move that day and were expecting 29 boats next Friday. We finally got on the road around 3:30 PST, which is 4:30 MST, with a roughly six hour drive ahead of us to Calgary. The original plan was to get to my mother's in Edmonton that night, but with the unanticipated delays we knew that wasn't going to work anymore. We still had to stop at ...
...I must start with my own interests: I have been a Star Trek fan for roughly 25 years. (I am also a Star Wars fan...let the debates ensue.) I have been trying to gently encourage my children's interest towards these same stories, with little success; until recently. Last year my daughter suddenly expresses a desire to start watching Star Trek; this of course is after watching J. J. Abrams' redux, but she decides she wants to watch ...
... to go try fishing at the dock. So we went. It was such a beautiful day! There was no wind early in the afternoon so the lake reflected everything like a mirror. We didn't catch anything though, but I got to learn how to handle the rod.
I remember the few times that my dad took us out on a boat in Hong Kong when I was kid. We had these little plastic things to wrap the fishing line around that doesn't do jack, so I've ...
... to the tipi in the dark/cold.
The whole place is in the middle of wilderness, so you'll have to be ready for some hiking, no matter where you go.
Equipment (other than fishing rod) can be used for free. They have things like kayaks and canoes in the summer/fall season.
All packages (and you will be on a package if you stay there) includes a 2 hour interpretive guide activity of your choice. Be sure to ask Mike about it and let him know what you want ...
... and public artworks. Many where of native art, but there are also quite a few non-native paintings too. Very lovely.
Many artwork were native art, but there are also others that are oil painting and prints. Public art are absolutely gorgeous! It makes me wonder why they have such wonderful artwork and Vancouver keeps putting ugly ass "art" that cost a fortune at skytrain stations when BCTransit is always whining about not having money... Ooops, that was off topic.