Lakeview Inns & Suites Fort Nelson
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free airport shuttle
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... in bubble wrap for protection. So far, so good!
We arrive to our final stop for the day, Triple G Hideaway Campground, about 3PM and after setting up and washing the bugs off the front of our coach, walked over to a Heritage Museum next door. What a treat that was! In the museum was a collection of just about anything anyone has ever collected. We met an elderly gentleman named Merle ...
... 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 ...
It's the 4th of July! Today we drove from Ft Nelson to Laird Hot Springs. It was a cloudy overcast day. There was a promise of a lot of Stone Sheep but we didn't see any. We did see caribou and black bears. Caribou are interesting looking with black circles around their eyes, fat antlers, spindly legs for the size of their bodies, and gray/ brown with black markings. It's hard to believe this highway ...
... has been a fixture on the Alaska Highway since the 1940's. Known for it's collection of hats, stapled to the ceiling, count as of today, 9,047. Great buffalo burger and cinnamon roll!! Continued onto Liard Hot Springs, passed beautiful Muncho Lake, Rainy evening, watched Game of Thrones with the Devoe's and Basler's. ...
... beginning of the Alaska Highway which is 1387 miles long, ending at Delta Junction. We went through the very small town of Taylor, which was my maiden name. We have a book called Milepost that follows our route by mile-markers and Tricia saw a restaurant that received great reviews so we stopped and ate in the middle of nowhere at the Shepherd Inn and had a delicious lunch with homemade bread and ...