Lakeview Inns & Suites Fort Nelson
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Fort Nelson
... sings, watches movies, and naps in the car.
The dogs are doing good. We let them out a couple times a day and try to have lunch with a picnic so they can relax outside the truck.
There are so many dead bugs on the truck, you can barely tell it is a truck!!!!!!!
I woke up this morning to find Miss Pat missing - she had gone back to the springs for one last soak! We closed up and were ready for the road. There were 4 construction sections where we had to wait on pilot cars to pass. And during this drive, it went from sunny to pouring down rain as we drove higher and higher. We passed Muncho Lake - a majestic peaceful lake rivaling Lake Travis without houses or ...
Very nice info center in Fort Nelson in the town's rec building/curling rink, staffed by a young local whose dad arrived in the 1950s. A Filipino man, there for only 9 months, pumped our gas. Then we left town and headed up the road. Black bears along the side of the road, but most common wildlife is mosquitoes by far. Light well past 10 pm but we slept fine. Next am the sky was so clear and the Summit ...
... Can't get away from this no matter where you travel.
We went to the National Heritage Museum that housed a number of old cars, trucks and equipment. This was next to our campground. Very interesting.
July 16 , From Fort Nelson and traveled only 122 miles to Toad River, BC. This had some of the best
scenery that we have seen so far and also some sightings of bear, moose and ...
We left camp around 8:30am. It wasn't long before we spotted our first bear of the day but it wouldn't be the last. The wildlife seem to be everywhere. We stopped at the Liard Hot Springs for a few hours to soak at have lunch than it was on the road again. By the time we got to the Yukon we spotted 10 bear, one was another grizzly, dozens ...