Eagle Plains Hotel
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... homemade soup and buns and it was great! He was driving a load of fresh salmon from the Anchorage area to Vancouver. He's been trucking for 51 years and makes this run year round. A resident of the Los Angeles suburbs, he told us some great stories and useful information for our drive.
... come to appreciate is the beauty of the country. So much to see and to
realize that God's hands were in it all. Praise God!!
We will leave here on the 30th and head to Haines
Junction for an overnight stop and THEN HEAD TO THE NEXT STOP…… Wonder where
that will be?
Thanks for looking at the page and may you feel as blessed
as we feel.
Lee and Neva
... Fail. The information center itself was very nicely done, which kind of made up for the injustice of the bathroom situation, although I was still miffed. They recommended Deadman Lake for a picnic lunch. It sounded lovely – hopefully no tattered jeans laying on the ground there, seeing as how the name sort of leant itself to thoughts of nefarious mob or bear activity.
There’s something satisfying about eating Canadian hot dogs ...
... As I rounded the curve, there was a very large box truck that was already over the center line a the top of the truck was leaning in a not so friendly manner. Not a stopping issue, but there is no time to not pay attention. The next two happened near stone mountain going downhill, another 9 degree grade, winding around part of a mountain, I see a herd of goats standing in the roadway, a tourist vehicle stopped in the middle, they were out ...
... a ridiculous amount for what is so plentiful! Before reaching Fort Nelson we had to stop along the road to pour in one of our tanks of emergency petrol. I thought the mosquitoes were going to have their way with Buddy. Holy cow, they are brutal. Back on the "Highway" and a passing trucker going at the speed of light throws up a hunk of gravel which puts a nice bullet hole in the windshield...great! And, then we used ...