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... just off of 1300 road .Only 12 KM from our camp.
Looks like good potential in a few years.
It was a good 10 days and now going back to the Cariboo on Thursday for the final push and then close it up for the winter. Hope to be there until Sept 25th or so. RAY
Yes the area is spelled Cariboo, not Caribou. Have to set that straight or it will bug me.
Summer is slowly coming to an end. Covered my ...
We returned to cottonwood area july 26th after a run home. on saturday nite we went to a country music festival in Cinema about 30 mile north of quesnel.
next day i welded a 1in ring at the top end of the trommel to help keep water from splashing out.
The bobcat decided to stop running and we had to haul it into town for repairs..$1500 later its fixed.. fuel pump and injectors..
I also welded more paddles into ...
... and small farms. I picked up a Harley chip for nearly $5 in Smithers, B.C. While Bud napped, I blogged at the Burns Lake Public Library. By 4:30 p.m., I was sick of riding. It was just boring with nondescript views. We finally found a Walmart in Quesnel. It was late so we grabbed food at the McDonalds inside Walmart. I had seen poutine on the menu at several of the places we had eaten but I didn't know what it was. If it's ...
... us out. Everyday we see animals to and from the mine.
I have encouraged others at the campsite at Roosterridge to have a walking group to do laps around the site.When I can't get into town for swimming this helps to get the exercise in.
We're home this week to celebrate Ray's mother's 90th Birthday, visit with our kids and
get ready to return once again at the end of the week.--------elaine
... Gold Rush trail and we worked this out after going through a number of small towns and some a bit larger with names like 77 Mile - 100 mile house - 140 mile house - 150 mile etc. Amazing lakes, salt lakes, marshes, creeks, rivers, hills, canyons, farming country including rich irrigation cropping and hay making areas, cattle, horses, goats and we also saw some deer (not farmed but feeding beside the road) and the rare and ...