Prince George - Days Inn
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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 ...
... That's hot for here!
As I watch the landscape pass me by, I still notice so many homes have "junk yards" growing all around them - sad really. We are entering farmland, something we have not seen in a long time.
Lots of cows! Next we see that this is a huge logging area. That's about all we see on the roads is these full logging trucks. All so different from what we have seen previously.
They are still warning us about ...
... I'm unable to find it tonight either. The brightest was an orange color, which, hopefully I can identify tonight. There were two or three large fields where this flower was rampant. Wish Bob could have stopped, but traffic did not permit us to do so safely.
We've fueled up tonight and taken care of groceries. I'm headed to do a small load of laundry, just so we won't have to do that again for a few days.
... into the **** **** town of ****? They had a guard in a $1 store, a long smelly walk to the shop (mall), but YAY random tea shop has wireless, so hello other 21st century item: iPhone and back onto couchsurfing - Karen's account. YAY a response.
Allan came to pick us up. He gave a tour of the town, starting to see the town in a different light (although still seems like a town without much to do in it), he takes us back to his home to meet ...
Have you ever danced in a full stadium with 18.000 other teenagers, squished between the person next to you and your sit? I can tell you: It is amazing! I don't know how to explain but there is suddenly so much power in the room and you get the feeling that you can really make a difference as a single person at the age of 15! One of the speakers was an African boy about 17 years old, he told his story without speaking but ...