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... to stay in all of Alaska/Canada. It was all wooden cabins and quite new. It is set up for the ski season as they specialize in heli skiing on the glacier just above the resort. I think it is one of the few places open all year round.
Today we have been driving and have made it to Prince George. We were hanging out for Smithers, as we thought there would be a Tim Horton’s there and there was. It was so good to have a sandwich without the fries and extra fat. Smithers is ...
... stop was Mile108 Road House. We passed Lac La Hache, (Lake of the Ax) named by a Frenchman who found a small ax by the banks. I could so buy a lakefront house here, complete with my own sea plane (for James Mowad to fly). The lake is known for summer fishing and winter ice fishing. We then went thru Williams Lake - more water! We stopped for lunch at A& W root beer ...
... east to Prince George, the farmlands that were so green a few weeks ago have now been mowed and baled. It looks more dry—of course, they haven’t had two steady weeks of rain, either. The area opened up into wider valleys that can support such farms. As we had traveled through this area in June, I did not take many pictures ...
... and I had bought a egg sandwich at the station before leaving . . . with some left over chips from the picnic the day before . . . we declared that our lunch.
The head train attendant asked if people needed taxis . . . and he allegedly ordered them up for when we got into Prince George . . . about a half hour late. We were the first ones off the train . . . and found the taxi queue . . . no taxis . . . others came out and obviously didn't know the taxi ...
... I gave up counting the freight carriages when we got to thirty and the engine had to stop further up the line for some other reason and mum wanted to move on.
We drive on with mum spotting an abundance of wildlife by the roadside. I'm not in the mood to stop and photograph bears etc anymore but thankfully mum seems quiet content with this.
Some time later as the afternoon draws to a close, we make our final sightseeing stop of the day near Slim Creek. We are ...