Quality Inn Quesnel
Travel Blogs from Quesnel
... us out. Everyday we see animals to and from the mine.
I have encouraged others at the campsite at Roosterridge to have a walking group to do laps around the site.When I can't get into town for swimming this helps to get the exercise in.
We're home this week to celebrate Ray's mother's 90th Birthday, visit with our kids and
get ready to return once again at the end of the week.--------elaine
and into Quesnel 26 km away for supplies and exercise. We walk laps around the campsite
but not bear safe to go just anywhere. I have a new friend Ranger a llama who lives in the campsite owners yard .He loves apples, watermelon and carrots.
My first injury has already taken place. Second day in and I smashed the utility trailer metal
door handle into my eyebrow, causing a big lump and black eye for a ...
... Regina. We have a pool and hot tub so our hearts are happy. As well, we were stoked to find an online version of the Chilliwack newspaper; there's a great article about the puppets inside! Sarah did this interview over the phone in the car and it's so neat for me to see the responses I heard her say appear in published print.
... 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. ...
... the problems had not been fully diagnosed. First, we had a little excitement at the fuel stop to deal with. Richard instructed Nicola to turn the lights "off " and this is what she thought she had done. After buying a few snacks for the long trip ahead, Nicola sat back in the cockpit and mentioned to Richard that there was a weird burning smell. Richard was refuelling at that very moment and said ...