Econo Lodge City Centre Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... off into the console and then inside the wall and scurried away. To where, I don’t know. Maybe it will return tonight. Jenny said it is just a field mouse and that there is no way it could be the same mouse from a week or so ago.
We have had two long driving days with nothing much to report other than beautiful scenery. We did stop for lunch at a diner in Jade City. It is on the Cassier Highway, south of Nugget’s Crossing, which is not far from Watson’s ...
... at just under 4,000 meters. We talked to a couple of guys from California who told us about another guy they met on their travels who's riding a Honda 50cc, fully packed, and doing a very long journey starting from Florida and riding most of the Americas. Madness! It's hard enough on a GS 1200 let alone a small bike like that. After our photo stop at Mt. Robson we head up the road to McBride for fuel and coffee. It's a small community of 600 ...
... felt that I was finally getting caught up.
We stopped at Terrace, BC to fuel up. Ouch! $5.33 a gallon! Logging was the major industry here for a long time; in fact, at one time it was known as the "cedar pole capital of the world" because of the straight tall cedars that grow in the area. The economy is more diversified now ...
... train is the only access to mail . . . even though it was Sunday they slowed to collect and drop off mail! I took a picture of the Penny Post Office (note the sign about "potatoes!"
We traveled along Moose Lake (no moose, though!) and the Fraser River. The train is pretty laid back . . . they opened one of the half doors so you could lean out and take pictures and enjoy the fresh Canadian air . . . except for the smell of diesel from the engine . . . and ...
... John Beasley told us that in his area of WY, the boy scouts come out once a year and collect all the antlers and sell them to make money. I guess they make quite a bit of money this way. We have also seen a large number of avalanche signs and just assumed that they were talking about snow avalanches. We were wrong. In this area, they are talking about rock avalanches!!! This is totally foreign to us--a rock slide!!! When you see a sign that has a slanted line ...