Holiday Inn Hinton
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... of Hinton. I didn’t get on the road until 10 am I arrived just after 1 pm and after a quick set up of the trailer, I headed into Jasper National Park to Miette Hot Springs.
I’ve been to Radium Hot Springs and the ones at Banff but this was a new one for me in this area. It’s up a pretty, meandering mountain road with lots of twists and turns, 17 km into the valley ...
... is much smaller. It definitely didn't look worth the $29 admission fee. We’ll wait to do the Grand Canyon one.
Tonight is the Blue Moon. Darkness in this part of Canada is about 11pm. At that time, we checked outside. It had been cloudy all day, and was in the evening as well. No Blue Moon sighting, stayed up for nothing!
Chuck and Sheila ...
We started our day with coffee and donuts, and a carmel roll. On the road again. It was a pleasant day of nice wide highways, beautiful blue sky. The landscape here is so beautiful with farmland, lakes, and perfectly plowed, dark soil fields. I am sure it looks very different once the crops are growing, but for now I am enjoying the views.
We didnt stop much but for gas. Cliff wanted lunch out so we ate at a nice local diner. Yeah, no ...
... pavilion for a Caravan Staff prepared dinner.
Sunday, July 20th – Hinton, AB to Dawson Creek, BC – Day 13 of Caravan
A big day ahead of us driving today, 258 miles. We left camp at 8:15AM with our usual “pod” group. We left the mountains and were back again in the farmland/canola fields.
Last gas and shopping stop at Grand Prairie, AB as we are told that British Columbia ...
... layover day was needed. We took a walk/jog early to get some exercise, got a shower and did a bunch of laundry. I can't say enough positive things about this KOA. Everything is kept spotless in the restrooms, showers and laundry area as well as around the campsites. The owners told us that their park is becoming a major stop over for people doing the same thing we are doing, headed to Alaska; so if you are in the area ...