Pomeroy Inn & Suites Fort St. John
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We left Lavoy which is just east of Vegreville and onto Edmonton. We took #1 through Edmonton instead of going around - and found road construction all over the place and not just resurfacing roads but they must have been building quite a few overpasses. #1 goes through the business district so only stopped for gas and continued on. We stopped at a rest area and cooked lunch. plus a nice break to stretch and walk the dog....We stopped ...
... the bombing of Pearl Harbour the Americans decided to build a road from the rail head at Dawson Creek right up to Fairbanks in Alaska. It is 2,400 kms. That is how far our journey will go and then we have to come back. It is a bit daunting.
Just before Fort St John’s, we hit the deep gorge of the Peace River. It had a big bridge spanning the river and Jenny didn’t like the surface as I think it was steel mesh so the ice could melt and fall through. You ...
... they didn't stick around for a photo op :-(
Had lunch in Chetwynd with Mike Hale. Roads have been fine, no construction so far and very little traffic except for logging trucks. First bikers we found on todays journey were stopped at Bijoux Falls rest stop. We are officially on The Alaska Highway tomorrow.
... has happened and at the Grande Cache stop there were three separate instances take place. The area around Grande Cache is heavily timbered with pine plantations, with a lot of logging trucks carrying lumber out of these areas. There were also a lot of small oil wells, which I was to learn (whilst talking to a guy in Starbucks later in day) that was due to the current high oil price. Passing through ...
... but can't help but look because I'm curious to know if he's looking. Men. I tell ya. The good news is that I'm getting the hang of speaking at the safety meetings. I've got everything I need to say in a 30 second time period. Feels good not to be the new person on site. Plus I get a little more confident in my job each and every day. XX ...