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... town we have been through since leaving Anchorage.
We are now on roads that we have travelled before, although I have forgotten lots of things. We went through Vanderhoof which has as its claim to fame as being in the geographical centre of British Columbia. We got petrol in Fraser Lake and that is the most we have had to pay to fill up the tank $185. It was only $1.32 /litre so it is still cheaper than at home but the tank is just big and it uses a lot of fuel, as it is a ...
... where we met a group of barrel racers on their way home from a weekend of rodeoing. We continued on to Prince George where we stopped at the Bee Lazee RV park. We have a lovely space, and actually arrived at 5. Finally time to relax and get caught up on my blog. Miss Pat did laundry. Tomorrow is our last long drive! Almost time to board the Alaska Ferry, so someone else can ...
... the only wildflowers we saw were a small white daisy and these bright yellow flowers that, no matter what Bob says, I think look like very tall dandelions.
We fueled up again in Prince George and headed for our campground, Bee Lazee, where we had stayed on our way north. Tomorrow, we head toward Blue River or Clearwater on Highway ...
... in a couple of minutes a couple of taxis arrived . . . I flag one down and another couple goes to claim the taxi . . . not so fast! I was a bit brassy, but I was there first . . . and claimed it . . . they just dissed us as pushy Americans!! Can't win 'em all!
In the cab, the driver said they always go with the more aggressive customer . . . they don't want to get involved . . . so it worked out. I'm sure all will be forgiven when we are back on ...
While we were hooking up the trailer this morning I looked down at one of the four wheels and noticed the wheel bearings were blown out and missing. That was the funny sound. The wheel was spinning on the axle with no bearings in between.
No cell service so we drove down the highway a ways and pulled over at the site of an historical fort that had a large pull out and a small cafe. Called AAA in the USA and ...