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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... didn’t have), we motored in to a Flying J in PG. It took $192 Canadian to fill up! Ouch! Price was 117.9/litre. It is what it is.
We decided to take Highway 16 (The Yellowhead Highway), the Eastern route to Whitehorse, Yukon Territories. It was either that or continue on 97 to Dawson Creek and Whitehorse. We plan on going through there on the return trip so that was the deciding factor. Plus ...
... 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.
... couple riding a BMW GS actually live in Smithers, our stop for the night, the other riders were a couple of older guys one from Montana and one from Texas touring on Triumph 800 fully loaded with spare fuel and camping gear - their final destination is Fairbanks. This afternoon is hot 35 and we're happy to head to our hotel, have a cooling shower and hit the bar for a cleansing ...
... and great prices for breakfast. Plus, we could sit outside along the sidewalk and enjoy the morning sunshine!
The temperature hit 70 as we made our way north under clear blue skies, following the Fraser River again. At Prince George we picked up the Yellowhead Hwy 16 for the last half of the trip to Smithers. We had our lunch snack on Fraser Lake.near the village of the same name.
Most of the day's ride was an ...
... sundae with marshmallow topping reminds you of the mountains?
Guess what I'm craving at the moment?
Stopped only for Gas and Coffee and one pit stop. There I met couple that were coming from southern BC headed toward Whitehorse. Asked if they were going into Alaska, he said no that medical coverage (insurance) was too expensive. Not sure what that is all about but he was quite earnest about it. He was driving a ...