Lakeview Inns & Suites Fort Nelson
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Fort Nelson
... Park at the high point of the road here was beautiful..wished we had camped there, not to be missed. Entering a belt of limestone/calcium soils that have sone of the same plants as last summer's Haute Route alps trip! Gentians in bloom, a different paintbrush spp than Montana, a ground hugging leathery-leafed mystery identical to the high Cols of Switzerland but this time in seed with ...
... 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 ...
... coming down with a cold the first day of the trip, we were finally starting on the Alaska part of our trip. Before we left the camp site, we were warned to look out for a steep grade leaving town and frost heaves about 120 miles Northwest.
Coming out of Dawson Creek road conditions were good as we passed by farms and rolling hills. There were plenty of moose crossing signs along the way.
As we left our fuel stop ...
... I know my animal self. I learned of it. I know what a house of land and sky makes of a person. One becomes natural-sized. The ego shrinks and the pleasure of self grows. When ones sees nothing human-made, the narcissism fades. The cheerful stream is one's own soul. The bird's flight is freedom in one's chest. A human in this truthful world relaxes and becomes unclear about where they end and the rest begins. And so, for a moment, is perceiving ...
... I get to the bridge crossing the Liard River, I see a road maintenance yard with buildings and stop there. A couple of guys let me use the phone and I call CAA. Nick tells me the RV coverage (Ruth was very wise in getting this before we left home) will cover a tow to Ft. Nelson. If I want it towed to Whitehorse (the correct direction) it'll be $3/km for the extra mileage,about $1100. I decide to get it back to Fort Nelson. Nick tells me it'll ...