Norton North Ranch Cottages
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... shoulder has nearly always been smooth and wide so I have rarely had to venture into the lane. The people have also been great. Twice in Alaska and now twice in Canada I've gone into a diner for a meal and when I've asked for the bill, the waitress have said, "There's no bill Sir, another customer has said that they wanted to pay for the cyclist." Each time I've had absolutely no idea who it was. While I've been riding, I've continued to use a ...
... prepared and the participants were the most amiable. Since we've never done this before we can only agree wholeheartedly from what we experienced. This was one of the best travel decisions we've ever made!
We and five other couples decided to stay and relax in Prince George for a few days while the other 16 rigs all headed out after breakfast to begin their trips back home.
This morning as Augusto was completing his full check of the RV, he noticed a gouge / slash on of the front passenger tire. Not deep enough that would make it undriveable, but we need to get it checked out. Lucky for us we were headed to Prince George BC, a center of trucking and transportation. If it weren't for the kindness of the folks we ran into, we would seriously have been delayed. First - a very nice gentleman at an ...
... electricity or modern washroom facilities. I may try them on the way back from AK.
As I left Wiskers, just around the first curve saw my 1st Moose drinking water by the roadside. It happened so fast that I couldn’t get my camera up in time. Young male I believe due to size of antlers, unless they grow new ones each year. Someone will have to let me know.
Proceeded on to ...
There are five days left before I leave on the International Visitor Leadership Program and the preparations are kicking into high gear.
I'm tackling the purchase of locally made gifts to bring with me to give to my program guide/interpreter and to the families that I will stay with during 'hospitality' visits throughout my trip. What Canadian, local items would be valued, appreciated, and not too predictable? I love Prince George ...