Quality Inn Quesnel
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May 27th we have arrived back to the claim. We are ready to run the trommel,
prep of equipment and grounds have been prepared,
This week as well we worked on some reclamation of a bit of land we have used
on the claim.
Adaptations have been done to the hopper and an increase of water is making
a big difference for cleanup of paydirt.
Saturday nights we like to visit the Cottonwood community hall ...
This is the last three weeks of year # one. We returned to mining Sept. 4th after a fast trip back to Edmonton area. Doug, Elaine and iI took a few hours to walk on my new claim on soverign creek. Found some great looking bedrock on the hillside above the creek but found no pickers in the cracks.. I may do some test holes by the creek next year.
The weather is very cool in mornings and had a couple hard frosts.. It busted two ...
... miners/entertainers) .
On Aug. 24th Cottonwood held a pancake breakfast which many from our camp including
our son Terry and daughter-in-law Kara attended. (pancakes not something I like)
Throughout summer family(daughter Cheresse & Saf, as well as friends and guests shared our good times at the mine. Often we lit the campfire for a weiner roast for lunch.
August has brought Eunice and bob, Al and ...
... it's got to be good so I decided to give it a try. The dish looks a mess and I'm not sure what is in it but, it was a load of French fries, gravy dumped on top, scattered with some sort of cheese crumbles, throw on a handful of fried chicken chunks and top it off with buffalo sauce. Mmmmm...
An observation of Walmarts. I consider myself a Walmart expert since we have found them in nearly every city across America. The ...
... we go. About 38km out of town we stopped at Pemberton and the Pony Cafe for a coffee. We did a trip this way a few days ago with the crew and found this to be the best coffee we had had since leaving Australia. Have to say we do coffee much better in OZ than we found in USA or Alaska but maybe biased. Then a drive through ever changing and always amazing and surprising country. Lillooet on the FraserRiver this was town Mile 0 of ...