Fort Nelson Hotel
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... the “garage” part of the museum. I fell in love with the 1954 Packard!
After a social/travel meeting at 5PM, we had dinner at the campground’s restaurant and sat with another couple from Indiana. Storm clouds and rains were headed towards us for the night, so we batten down the hatches and hunkered down for the night.
Tomorrow is another travel day to the Liard Hot ...
... At night we had a wonderful cookout of soft tacos with all the trimmings and dessert.
We sat around the campfire until 10:30PM and it was still light outside. As we travel more north it continue to have longer daylight.
July 17, We have a free day. Only one store two miles from us south and a store seventy miles north.
July 18 is a travel day to Nugget City and we will now be in the Yukon.
... with 1942 vintage caterpillars knocking down trees and pushing them aside, creating a narrow rutted road. The Canadians bought the road and did improvements in 1943. We stopped at a pullout to do a .5 mile walk to the Hoodoos. As we pulled in two caribou were in the same spot! They just ambled away without much regard for us. The short walk didn't get very close to those pillars. We could see them better from ...
... 7,000 pieces of equipment were used during construction. Our first day of travel today with the Caravan, many first's, first sightings of moose & black bear, and... first chip in the windshield, heard this was a possibility:( Arrived at Fort Nelson BC this afternoon and visited the next door Museum, quite an unexpected visit. Then onto next door Elks Lodge for a brew and finished off the night with Mexican Train @ Pete & ...
... British Columbia. Ben chose this one and I think it is because it is know as the cinnamon bun center of the galactic cluster. The office smelled wonderful when we arrived because they were just taking hot rolls out of the oven. They keep hot ones all day so we are waiting until morning to partake. We did buy some homemade sour dough bread for 7Lunnies(Canadian dollars), about $7.42. My friend, Mary ...