Lakeview Inn & Suites Fort St. John
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Canadian towns, a very helpful facility and one that enables us to make our driving distances as short or long as we want. The tourist infos all over are very very accomodating, where I am @ now leave their bathroom facilities open overnight for any passing travellers and of course free wifi is available @ any time. Also applies to libraries and supermarkets.
All in all a very hospitable and friendly country - very traveller friendly.
... into B.C. We stopped at a little place called Hythe. I suppose they do a roaring business as their petrol is at least 10 cents a litre cheaper. There was a trestle bridge at Pouce Coupe. This is a really weird name for a town but I think it is the French version of the local First Nations name – Pooscapee. The bridge is all made of wood other than the tracks of course and was made in 1932. It spans a very deep gorge.
Dawson Creek has the Mile 0 cairn. ...
... and refuelled the bike, I also took the opportunity to put additional clothing layers on, which made the remainder of the trip much more comfortable. My hire motorcycle has Alaskan number plates on it, which seems to be a catalyst for people to come up and ask how my trip from Alaska has been, at which point I give them an overview of my trip. I enjoy this interaction and have given up counting how many ...
... part in that habit. I've noticed that it gives the guys a reason to take a break for 15 minutes or so without having a higher authority question what they're doing. A Mexican fellow that is part of this new crew eyes me up like I'm an all you can eat buffet. It's annoying. It's one of those things where I'm nervous to look in ...
... over welcome their stay in my shack Ted wanders over and kicks them out. Really, a funny sight to see. He's tall, very tall. And intimidating at times. Daily Duties: I take the head count for each day. Workers sign in and at the end of the day they sign out. Inventory is checked at the beginning of every job and rechecked if there are any injuries that happen on site. Checking the vehicle maintenance and speaking at every safety meeting are also tasks that I do. ...