Pomeroy Inn & Suites Dawson Creek
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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Travel Blogs from Dawson Creek
... Blueberry Checkpoint. Civilian traffic on the Alcan in the 1940s was restricted, with army checkpoints at regular intervals.
All the way to Dawson Creek was oil and gas exploration sites or access roads, with an enormous volume of construction traffic. Much of the landscape 'devastated' with no signs of restoring anything to its original state.
Then Fort St John, and across the Peace River. This bridge was ...
... as the Alcan, is about (aboot as they pronounce it here) 1700 miles long and ends in Fairbanks. Built by the military in 1942 in just 8 months.
Looking forward to the "start of the trail" tomorrow.
... interwoven with one or two railroads. We did get to see a couple of trains.
We stopped in the very small spot of McLeod; it is on McLeod Lake. It got its name from Archibald McLeod; he was with the North West Trading Company. Fort McLeod was the last trading post established west of the Rockies. McLeod is also the name of the hospital I was born in many years ago. It also had a ...
Our group is gathering at our campsite in Norther Lights Dawson Creek. So great to see the Drury's and Defoes! We've met several other couples and the Wagon Master and Tail Gunner. They gave us a new travel guide and the Milepost (the bible for AK). We had a dinner together and a lot of Lump Dawgs! I retired very early. ...
Left Grand Prairie this morning, made a fuel stop and who is fueling in front of us, but Pete & Toni, quite the coincidence, thought we would only be meeting up tomorrow!! Arrived at Northern Lights RV Park in Dawson Creek, Jim & Candy Devoe, here as well as the other people going on the Alaskan ...