Prince George - Days Inn
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Not great, could hear noise from other rooms, but ok place to sleep for one night. Breakfast was the typical free crap.
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After 23 days we have decided to end our trip one day earlier than planned. The last couple of days have been pretty rainy and while we did manage to mostly stay dry everything is just a little damp. We drove hard today, found a hotel in Prince George and will get up early tomorrow and drive the rest the way home. I don't think I am going to want to drive for a while after this trip.
... Road to the goldfields back in the 30’s. Obviously before Canada went to the metric system. We stopped at the 108 Mile Ranch Heritage Site a Rest Stop that has 13 historical buildings, one of which was a “virtual cache” that we logged. It is located along Lac La Hache (Lake of the Ax), a lake some Frenchman named because he found an ax on the shore. It was ...
... and breakfast included. You get to sleep in the old school beds (mattresses have been changed since the original occupants!), with no running water and a flashlight with directions to the outhouse. Though tempting, Andrew and I declined and pushed on to Prince George for the night.
... the way out for quite a while, eventually gave up the day before we left for our tour. Tony turns it on every now and then to see if it will start to co-operate but no totally not going to play. So we're doing it the old fashioned way....using paper maps. The roads around here aren't terribly complicated. You just have to know whether you're going North, south, East or West. The roads incorporate the direction into the names - pretty handy when you're out of ...
... under beach umbrellas during light rainfall). One fisherman fabled to have caught 99 lb salmon. Couple of brief stops along the way and regular trackside delays to allow long freight trains to pass by.
- Kitsela Canyon – 4 tunnels in quick succession – photo op
· ‘Reactionary’ car ferry – ie powered by fast flow of water, marked by two towers