Pomeroy Inn & Suites Fort St. John
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... empty logging trucks or carrying strange loads of mining equipment. All along the road there are signs that show who owns the gas and they are just like blocks of land with a private road off the main road. They have a bit of pipework coming out of the ground or an oil pump but nothing much else.
We followed the mountains for quite some time and there were some really steep parts. I think we were on top of the world for a bit. Jenny was doing well getting the van ...
... 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.
... up camp in record time I headed off to find the hot springs. The hot springs were very hot and just great, with crystal clear water and small pebbles on the bottom. On the return back on the boardwalk I saw what at first I thought was a huge horse, but it turned out to be a moose...sorry no photo..Apparently they are a huge problem in Alaska causing motor-vehicle crashes, there sheer size would cause catastrophic damage to anything that happened to hit ...
... 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 ...
... at about 6:30, everyone on site (about 40 guys) gathers in a circle and we talk about what is going to happen during the day. The consultant asks the fire chief to talk and then points to me and I am required to say something. It usually goes something like this "Hi! My name is Megan for those of you who don't know me. Please remember to sign in and out, come and see me if you have any injuries, no matter how small and the site number for Bailey's and Stars ...