Four Points Prince George
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After a leisurely breakfast at the Aspen Restaurant, which is connected to the Aspen Inn, we loaded up the car and made our way to Fort St. James. According to many road signs, I should be seeing tons of mooses... meese? Moose. But no sightings so far. And the other thing that caught my attention while in the passenger seat was to witness the various prices of gas on today's leg of ...
We arranged with the driver to meet us in the morning . . . for the return trip.
The little cafe had closed just as we arrived at the Coast Inn of the North . . . a real hotel!! So, after dropping our bags we went to the lounge where they were serving . . . we had some appetizer fare . . . and headed to bed.
I had a lot of grades to catch up on . . . so I did that . . . as we relaxed a bit. See you in the morning!!
Route: Kamloops, BC to Lac La Hache Tuesday afternoon and on to the east side of Prince George, BC Wednesday--329 miles (146 traveled on Tuesday)
Campground: Lac La Hache Provincial Park, BC Tuesday night
Campground: Bee Lazee Campground, Prince George, BC Wednesday night.
With a new distributor, fuel filter, oil change, tune up, and reinstalled drive train (had to be disconnected in order to tow this RV), we were ...
Tuesday & Wednesday 6/25 & 6/26/2013
This sightseeing and vacationing is exhausting!!! We are on our way to Prince George BC for two nights. We finally were able to drive out of Jasper National Park, passing the Frazer River, which is more like a swamp. We passed through the small town of McBride BC into the Robson ...
... piles taking pictures when it became clear I was being called by Nature. But I could find nowhere to meet her. Lost in industrial waste lands I struck out for a low brick building with a nice tiled roof and three big flags in front of it, thinking it would be public and have facilities. Not. Today is Victoria Day and no-one is home. Anywhere. As I walked around it in despair, a guy gets out of a small RV parked in the lot, walks over and asks what I ...