Travel Blogs from Smithers
... Candadian Native site commemorated by Parks Canada.
And our last history lesson is the town of Gitwangak which is still today a native reserve. There is a church there that dates back to 1893. It also has one of the last existing Grand Trunk Pacific railway stations.
Smithers is a town of 6,000 people. the elevation is 1,621 feet.
A few of the men in our group could hardly wait to get in a little golf after such a long time.
... trip of a lifetime. Tomorrow we all have breakfast together, then it’s “on the road”! There will be laughter and tears and fond farewells…we hope to stay in touch.
And to all our friends and family back home and around the
country we hope you’ve enjoyed our journey…this was written with you all in
mind. At different times, in different sentences, in different pictures things
were said hoping you would get a little chuckle. In fact, ...
At the end of this day we arrived in Smithers, BC. This is on the western edge of BC, we are on our way to Stewart, BC. This is next to Hyder across from Misty Fiords National Monument. Terri says that we will see about 8 glaciers tomorrow along the way. But I will report on that tomorrow.
Today was rainy and very cool. For the Calif people suffering from the heat, sorry ...
... malt whisky with the result that the jackhammers were knocking behind my eyeballs the following morning. I was also feeling seriously nauseous which I
suspect was more as a result of a conflict between a pain killer tablet and one of my blood pressure pills than because of an alcoholic overload. Needless to say I received little sympathy from anyone.
We were really sad to leave Dave and Yvonne who had so graciously opened their home to us, especially as Yvonne had ...
Arrived in Smithers BC. We have 2 days fishing on the Bulkley and then a week on the Babine. It's 5am I an jet lagged and so I am writing tthis blog. I first fished the Bulkley 23 years ago so this is a return to my Canadian fishing roots. From hear we will go on to the Babine ...