Travelodge Prince George
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... I've got a nice bit of stake for dinner!!!
Guess we'll see!
It's ok.. I'm still here!!! I'm half A days drive east and its raining! So will have to hold up here till it stops! In a small town called Telkwa. Parked up along side a nice river but other than that nothing else to report!
Next is a few days drive to Jasper, apparently not a great deal to see between here and there. But looking forward to some great hikes once there! Hopefully avoiding the ...
... I would want that job. We saw also a Black Bear beside the road, but it skittered off so I ended up with a butt shot again.
Tonight we have pulled into Bell. Not sure if its a town or just a Lodge. We were just happy to find a place to stop. When we pulled into our slot we didnt have the 15 Amp power adapter so the Bloke next to us in a huge rig gave us one of his. Mighty neighbourly of I say. Turns out he and his southern belle wife are ...
Today we drive 232 miles to Prince George. When we get there we are treated to a nice "farewell" dinner - one in which none of us really wants to attend as we know how sad it will be.
As we travel south the first thing that strikes us is that this is a pretty nice road. Something we haven't been used to in Alaska - that's for sure!
We start off the day in the rain (fitting I guess) but we end up with a beautiful sunny and warm day of about ...
... one light sprinkle today and that lasted about 2 minutes! Hallelujah! Well that jinxed that. I am updating this and finishing it up at 11:00 pm. It started raining about an hour ago. I shouldn't have written that down.
Thanks for all your good thoughts and prayers. I think they were answered by where we broke down and the quality of the service we received!
Yes, we're on the road and still speaking! Bob and Pat and Torston
... left a pineapple on the bed to hint it was time to move on. I am currently researching when the season for pineapples is so we can go when pineapples are not in season. Only joking Ken!
We had a lovely evening and look forward to catching up with Janet and Ken on our way to the Horizons Unlimited meeting at Nakusp. Randall and Dawn, Shirley and Brian and Sigrid and Bjoern we have registered hope we might see you all there.