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Travel Blogs from Prince George
This morning we headed to the local Twin Falls just outside Smithers and very nice it was too! A beautiful, little trail leading up to a view to a fine pair of cascades. Hopefully, the pictures do them justice.
We're really now in 'end of holiday' mode. We know we have the arduous task of finding storage for our big beast ahead of us and rather …
wir übernachteten noch in prince george in einem inn-motel.
so ein typisches Inn-Motel.... so wie in den kitschigen filmen, .... so tarantino-style.
(klassischer massenmörder ist auf der flucht und versteckt sich in
solch einem Inn-motel. polizei umstellt es. dieser stürmt raus,
schiesst wild um sich und fährt mit seinem pontiac …
... under beach umbrellas during light rainfall). One fisherman fabled to have caught 99 lb salmon. Couple of brief stops along the way and regular trackside delays to allow long freight trains to pass by.
- Kitsela Canyon – 4 tunnels in quick succession – photo op
· ‘Reactionary’ car ferry – ie powered by fast flow of water, marked by two towers
... the telephone pole. I guess the bears have to sharpen their claws too--like a cat. How generous of the energy companies to provide scratching posts for the bears!!! Joe still has a tail wind which is good because the way the wind is blowing, he could be unlucky and have another head wind. We are passing through the Peace Valley which is a huge with a stream winding through it. We are coming into the town of Chetwynd and I finally have cell service. We are going up ...
... on the road Tuesday afternoon, about 3:30. The difference in the smoothness of the engine was noticeable even before we left Kamloops. We hope, with the tuneup, that the gas mileage will improve too! That would be nice.
By the way, gasoline is running about $5+ per gallon, when we calculate the litres, etc. The rate of exchange on a $1 is so miniscule that it isn't worth calculating the difference. When Bob exchanged $200 ...