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... which varied from 136.9 to 125.9 between Smithers to Prince George.
We really enjoyed Fort St. James. Established in 1806, it contains one of the largest groups of original wooden buildings from Canada's fur trade. A massive fur warehouse is a noted example of Red River framing. The fully restored Hudson's Bay Co. post on the site served as a hub of commerce between ...
... 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
... 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 ...
... would think we would see some Moose here--but NO MOOSE!!! Finally to my right, my view of the Canadian Rockies is not obstructed by pine trees. Ahead of us is a truck hauling a huge load of pine tree trunks. They certainly do a lot of logging up here. It turns out that the logging trucks are all headed to Prince George where they ...
Saturday, May 19, 2012
We woke, looked out and saw a light blanket of snow on the ground. It did look pretty, but I knew it was cold. The campground was wooded and quite pretty. It was also fairly full. We had been told that this week-end was a National Holiday in Canada and many people left their homes on holiday.
After the morning gas stop, we headed ...