Days Inn Dawson Creek
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... on the roadside. The entire drive was turning much more western frontier, crossing Bucking Horse Creek. There were many miles of just endless straight roads; thank goodness for a few rolling hills. There were fields and fields of yellow canola. We arrived in Dawson Creek in the early afternoon, marking the completion of our journey along the ...
... comes up by 4:30 and as we expected so do the cats. It's 5:115 and I'm writing this blog. Not my best time of day. Today all of us are getting ready for the start of the trip tomorrow.; doing last minute shopping, laundry etc. Tonight we get together for a dinner and orientation meeting and meeting all our fellow ...
Left Grand Prairie this morning, made a fuel stop and who is fueling in front of us, but Pete & Toni, quite the coincidence, thought we would only be meeting up tomorrow!! Arrived at Northern Lights RV Park in Dawson Creek, Jim & Candy Devoe, here as well as the other people going on the Alaskan ...
... was complete. According to people we talked to, the accident occurred at 5:30 AM. A Tractor Trailer plowed head on into a truck! Truck driver was killed. We arrived at the hold up at 8:45 and did not move again until 3:15!!!!
Stopped in Ft Nelson for a pizza and we are now at Tetsa River RV Park. No internet, but they are famous for their gigantic Cinnamon ...
Today we are in Dawson Creek and we drove over to the
Kiskatinaw Bridge which is the original all wood bridge built back in the
summer of 1942 by the US Army. This bridge goes over The Peace River at mile
marker 21 on the old Alaskan Hwy. When they first brought the army in, it
tripled the number of people in the town of Dawson Creek. Their supplies had
not arrived yet, so they ...