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Day 30 Tuesday 30th June. Dawson Creek to Lac La Biche Albert Canada. 381 miles
Our ride started in heavy rain and on a freshly scarified stretch of road. Visibility was poor and I lost the other three following me. Their sat navs were saying a different route to mine. I stopped and waited for about 25 mins in the pouring rain and didn't want go back over the horrible section of scarified road. ...
This morning we said our sad goodbyes to our travelling buddies of the past almost five weeks. Homeward bound they are with a stop in Calgary to visit their daughter and son-in-law. It will be different to travel just the two of us again for sure. When we originally planned this trip I had expected to still be somewhere up north in or around the Alaska Highway but we seem so far away ...
... casino we pondered dinner. We ended up ordering Chinese to the campground. Quite the treat, never did that before. We ate outside. Our traditional walk after dinner and then another visit to the casino, ending the night with our games of Sequence and Crib for a last time this trip and a surprise cake from the Korns in honour of my birthday eve. How sweet. And, the ladies were the big winners. Still the guys rule Sequence for this ...
Took the seven hour drive down to Graham and Peggy's. She told me they were going to see you in nob/dec. I gave them all the proper warnings. Wines home, including our new girlfriend Miss Moxie. Tried a few. Spectacular as always. Not much on travel pod. No pressure just ...
... the rainforest to Kuranda by gondola and then back down by train. It was very nice and we saw lots of different kinds of flora and fauna.
Finally on Dec 2nd we got our caravan and started on our road trip. We left Carins and headed north to the Daintree Rainforest. It is a protected area and we again saw lots of flora and fauna. We camped for one night at Noah Park and we had a rare treat with a Cassowary strolling through ...