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... we decided to forego the north and instead, explore the towns along Yellowhead aka Hwy16 east.
And with that, our adventures continue east along this path from New Aiyansh, back through Terrace then onwards. From the passenger seat, I got to spy on glaciers cradled at the top of mountains. Once again, breathtaking views all around us.
Youppi il fait beau ici, nous sommes campé juste devant le superbe glacier Husdon Bay avec ses deux chutes impressionantes.
Finally back in sunny country, we are camped right in front of the superb Hudson Bay Glacier with it's twin falls, wow impressive.
... this. This year there is no drought in this area. Lots and lots of water, many lakes, rivers and ponds with water lilies...no Moose yet. Signs for them...I did see my first Loon. I can hardly wait to hear them. I've included some photos of the terrain and the lakes...around about every curve there was another lake.
The roads are good, and the traffic, light. Seems that ...
... past and then stopped and looked at Diana and I. She came to the steps to the house and there before us stood little Marie Vance. She had been one of the other paying
guests like us on board “Gypsy Moth”, the 56 ft yacht on which we had all sailed from Cartagena to Colon, Panama back at the beginning of November! We had all parted company in Panama City soon afterwards and here she was, running past the house where we were staying, thousands of kms from where we had ...
Today I had my first plane ride. We flew from Smithers to Vancouver. I was a little nervous but it turned out to be lots of fun. I saw Houston out the window when we flew over, did it ever look small from way up high. I saw the sawmills where Eryn's dad and brother work. It was cloudy most of the way, but looking down on the clouds was really ...