Days Inn Dawson Creek
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Day 29 - 29 June. Muncho Lake to Dawson Creek, Canada - about 400 miles
A fantastic day with a clear blue sky. The first 100 miles of our journey was lovely riding through mountainous countryside. Great roads and nice sweeping bends.
We came across a moose on the side of the road. They are quite a big animal - as tall as a large horse …
... developed over the years to denote major stopping points.
In 1942, thousands of US Army personnel, engineers, contractors and support businesses poured into town to begin the massive project. Dawson Creek is also referred to at the "Mile 0 City" because it is located at the southern end of the Alaskan Highway.
... so had to watch for animals. A lttle cool at first, temperatures in the high 60's to start but drove quickly into sunny skies and 80's by mid day.
Passed this loaded up jeep and along the way but didnt notice the dogs until the ...
This is what we have been traveling for to reach the beginning of the Alaskan highway at the mile post 0. We left Grande Prairie at (:15 am and arrive at Dawson Creek at 11:16 am on June the 18, 2015. We did our normal thing of getting camper setup and met a couple from Georgia and talked and went into Dawson Creek and walked around the small town and of course ended up with ...
Monday, July 21st – Day 14 of the Caravan – Dawson Creek, British Columbia
Our staff made special donuts and coffee for us at 8AM, from Pillsbury Buttermilk Biscuits.
A 10AM group picture was scheduled at the Mile Marker Sign downtown and Dex & I did a geocache nearby. We toured the museum in the Visitor's Center and watched an hour long movie about the Making of the Alaskan ...