Lakeview Inn & Suites Fort St. John
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- Continental Breakfast
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... up all the hills as well as coping with all the trucks. We seemed to get to the top and then we were in the prairies.The prairies are beautiful at this time with rolling hills of wheat and lucerne, so there is yellow and green everywhere. The area seems to be so lush and rich. There were signs on many places saying they were looking for workers.
Grande Prairie is quite a large town, so we stopped there and went to Jenny’s favourite shop Walmart, as we were ...
After packing up the bike and booking out of the chalet, I headed into Jasper to have a look around and refuel the bike. Not long after leaving Jasper the majestic snow covered mountains were slowly replaced be heavily wooded rolling hills. Whilst the temperature reading on the motorcycle was saying 10 degrees the wind chill was freezing. At the edge of a wooded area, I saw another black bear of what I ...
... 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. ...
... He stated that on one of his rides here he had rain every day of his 40 day venture. Hells teeth ! I don't want that.
Going through Dawson Creek ( Google it, it is interesting) it started to rain again, the clouds were looming, I was still wet, so the chicken part of me wanted a motel. Expensive in that place so carried on. Dawson Creek it the start of the Alaskan Highway and once on it my GPS told me to continue for 969 miles. It is actually (according to ...