Travel Blogs from Quesnel
... back to our claim after a week at home catching up on acreage work, washing
and spending time with the mothers. We brought the quad to the mine so that we can
transport things to and from the meadow. I am happy to have it to drive from meadow
to claim, without walking the distance in bear country. We have seen many animals,
some very curious as to what and who to heck we are. A moose and deer have hung
... many challenges this summer on and off the claim and the first
two weeks have proven it. Seeing the amount of wildlife on the way from home to the Cottonwood area just lets us know we're in a very wild treed area in the foothills of Caribou Land.
We have nicely settled into our campsite at Roosterridge in our comfortable trailer among
other miners here for the summer. I'm getting use to driving Ray's truck to ...
We are officially into our final week of tour. Where does the time go?! After a lovely breakfast with last night's host, we drove into Quesnel for a 12:00 load-in at Correlieu Secondary School's Theatre. It was so much fun to switch things up and perform an intimate family show after so many school shows in giant gymnasiums. ...
... 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 ...
... watching an episode of Desperate Housewives and then playing cards until bedtime.
Woke up at an early 7.30am just in case there was a ball game on today, had breakfast and then headed off to the visitor centre. It was a bit on the wet side so we checked our email and then drove up the highway to the turn off to Barkerville.