Lakeview Inns & Suites Fort Nelson
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Refrigerator in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I took some pics from my vantage point in the RV - in one you can see the wide swath of mowed vegetation, this not only provide for a less clautrophobic view of the road ahead (less likely one would feel like the forest (and the animals) was creeping in on you), it provides a way to see any animals that may be cavorting around (I have yet to see any actual animal cavorting) and it provides for a fire break should a forest fire come roaring ...
... in the morning. And the hotel prices reflect the oil business with a Super 8 room going for $150 $CAN.
There are fires burning in northern Canada and Alaska. On the last leg things were getting pretty hazy and we were smelling smoke. We have some concerns about the feasibility of touring Alaska in these conditions. Tomorrow looks good for Watson Lake, although the headwinds will really slow us down. After that, it will be a day by day decision.
Just down the road was the Sasquatch Crossing Inn (same owners). More rustic people but a very calm and nurturing Sasquatch.
The start ...
... sheep to add to our daily menagerie of wildlife. At Watson Lake there was a fantastic information office with the cleanest bathrooms this side of Watson Lake and the famed Signpost Forest, full of thousands and thousands of signs nailed to posts. It made for a nice walk and we even spotted a few Florida license tags. Afterwards, we ate our lunch at the lake and said goodbye to Watson Lake and the morning with it. The road to Whitehorse was a bit ...
... a short hike along the bridge and then down to the creek below. Emmy, being adventurous as ever, decided to walk on the ice even though it was nearly 50 degrees today. Of course she broke through the ice and filled her shoes with water.
Most of the drive today was uneventful. The scenery is beautiful, but there are lots of trucks on the highway due to the recent oil and ...