Econo Lodge City Centre Inn
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
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... truly is!), I'm also excited to move on.
Excited to spend another two days with Michaela, my new friend (who I met at Educo) in Vancouver and meet her family and her home. And then already moving on to the next big adventure of my trip... Australia!
But let's take one step after another... first of all, goodbye Prince George and Vanoucver here I come!
... across Canada, rather than four in America) is the cheapest way for the Chinese to export all their goods to USA and beyond (think Walmart, Costco...). Timber, scrap metal, yellow sulphur (the by-product of the manufacture of natural gas) and empty grain containers have all gone past today (surely they haven't come from China?). I now understand why VIA trains stands for Very Irregular Arrivals: no two trains arrive at the same time - each day is different, the arrival ...
... One train 120 bogies.
The train had to stop on a siding so the driver stopped just where the rocking painting was so the passengers could take pictures. While we did this the engineer walked back for a coffee and the conductor got off to pick greenery for his vase of flowers. Think it was called Tyee.
The volume of water rushing down the river has to be seen to be believed. At low tide the mud is covered with long ...
... and the Grand Trunk Pacific RR. There was a large lumber facility at Terrace as we whizzed through. New Hazleton was a nice town where the Sheena turned north and the Bulkley River joined the Sheena. The Bulkley Valley was a big growing center. Smithers was a nice "new" town where we stopped for lunch. There were more timber ...
... there is an elk right along side the road . . . Carol could have touched it but didn't . . . she asked it to smile, but he said no, that his mouth was full grass along the highway!! A couple of great shots right from the car with the window down!!
We got some breakfast . . . back to Smitty's . . . and it was very tasty. They weren't busy and the service was very good.
Next was to fill the vehicle with gas before turning it in . . . and it wasn't ...