Quality Inn Quesnel

Address: 753 Front St., Quesnel, British Columbia, V2J 2L2, Canada | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 753 Front St., Quesnel, is near Quesnel Lake.
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      Travel Blogs from Quesnel

      Reflection of our first year

      A travel blog entry by 49ray on Sep 30, 2014

      20 photos

      ... on
      the roof. The area has a lot of snow and they shovel off the roofs of those trailer left there
      in storage.

      While Ray was shutting down at the mine, I went through all cupboards, the utility trailer,
      etc, going over what stays and what comes home, what will freeze and what won't.

      We put up a solar unit in the window so that we can gradually charge our battery in the trailer.

      Ray and Doug ...

      July 26 to august 16th 3 week run

      A travel blog entry by 49ray on Aug 17, 2014

      22 photos

      ... br>
      Finding every time we get back to camp there are changes. We have past miners we know
      that have come for visits only, leave and others come. Then there are miners that are there
      for the summer as ourselves. We have family and friends stop for a few days to see what
      mining is all about. So nice to see them.
      The 2 way radio's Ray talked about are so important. We communicate with the Loggers
      coming up or down ...

      July 4th to july18th

      A travel blog entry by 49ray on Jul 19, 2014

      4 comments, 25 photos

      ... Camp life is really good. The miners and others at our campsite are all friendly and
      we are like a little community. The men help to cut the grass and keep the grounds clean.
      We have learned how to make a caribou candle. You cut a log about 4 feet long and
      using the chain saw you cut the top of the log two ways down, and then add sawdust and
      light. Lasts a long time. Spend evenings cleaning paydirt and visiting, ...

      On the Road Again

      A travel blog entry by megancarty on May 16, 2014

      3 photos

      ... heard the "Animal Adventure Puppet Show at the Quesnel Theatre" advertized on the local radio station we had tuned into. Apparently, "adults and kids are sure love it"!
      We spent the night at a beautiful farmhouse on an 80 acre property in Kersley. The couple who put us up for the night were so kind. ...

      Gold Pan City

      A travel blog entry by catndeano on Jul 04, 2011

      3 photos

      ... sitting for a while) and suggested that we get the oil changed (with a 15W40 diesel engine oil, it's said to be better for hot running camper engines) and have an additive put in to hopefully seal the leak. So we drove up to Lord Co. for the additive and then Walmart to get the oil changed. Another $75 later it was done and fingers crossed that will do it! From there we headed back into town to the Visitor Centre to check email, then park up to do a walk of the city to find ...