Lakeview Inns & Suites Fort Nelson
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... everywhere. And then there was Stone Mountain Lake. I stopped so Miss Pat could feel the water! We stopped between construction sites at Tetsa River Services, famous for their homemade cinnamon rolls. A bus had just left, so there were. I more cinnamon rolls, it we did get cheese bread - like a croissant with cheese baked in to it. We passed many stone sheep and a few caribou. We arrived at Fort ...
... br> We drove south of town to a Tim Horton's – Starbucks/DD of the North. It worked out well. I spent 3 hours in the shop. We bought a lot so I did not feel too guilty. Karen got a hidden picture of me and made a funny comment on Facebook. "See, he does work sometimes!" – it got a lot of likes ;-0 I was dressed in my usual work clothes. Finally, we were done with work and we did little more ...
... for a show on northern lights. Stopped by the Sign Post Forest to put up our sign I made back home. There are over 70.000 signs here. Got back to camp at around 10pm. The sun was still up so me and Jamie headed to the lake to do some fishing. No fish and I didn't hook myself this time. It doesn't get dark anymore. Got to bed around ...
I messed up the previous post with some pictures that should have come later. You will see some repeat pictures here.
Leaving mile zero we took a 217 mile bite out of the highway, now we only have about a 1000 miles to go to reach Alaska. We spent the night at an abandoned Provincial Park and airstrip. This was a free stop and only one other camper was there that night. The airstrip was one of many, constructed during World War ...
... job over, I still got awakened by the ol' cell phone from "work".
I pressed on, and soon thereafter the rain let up and there were some actual clearing skies visible. Around this time I also started to experience some changes in the scenery and terrain, including my first sightings of snow-capped Northern Rocky Mountains to my west as I proceeded northward (the road will be curving to a more northwesterly heading starting tomorrow). ...