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... in bubble wrap for protection. So far, so good!
We arrive to our final stop for the day, Triple G Hideaway Campground, about 3PM and after setting up and washing the bugs off the front of our coach, walked over to a Heritage Museum next door. What a treat that was! In the museum was a collection of just about anything anyone has ever collected. We met an elderly gentleman named Merle ...
... Can't get away from this no matter where you travel.
We went to the National Heritage Museum that housed a number of old cars, trucks and equipment. This was next to our campground. Very interesting.
July 16 , From Fort Nelson and traveled only 122 miles to Toad River, BC. This had some of the best
scenery that we have seen so far and also some sightings of bear, moose and ...
... point of our day was all the wildlife we saw—6 bears and one had 2 babies, a deer, a moose and lots of birds. We captured a few on our cameras but they are very quick. There are signs along the road to watch for these animals and not to stop to see them. Oh well, a few pics when we were the only ones on the road was ok!! We arrived at our home for the night, Tetsa River Services and Campground near ...
... Updated in-room accommodations (bed/TV/kitchenette, etc), good wifi, the plumbing works (and they even provide a plunger in case needed (I didn't), to prevent the ol' "phone call of shame" to the front desk), and clean and comfy. Go figure.
A few more thoughts and observations from today's driving:
(1) At one point I passed a couple of bicyclists heading southbound, in windbreakers and with bags slung on either side of ...
... work has been in cutting into hills so the grades aren't as steep and in improving the road itself. We pull in at 10:30, we unhook the trailer, and get the Dacha off the wrecker near one of the sheds. I'm in bed by 11.
16 Aug, Friday. I'm up at 6:30 and after breakfast am looking around when a voice inside the main shed says "Good morning, come on in." It's Al, who is the talkative type. We sit in his office for an hour, while drinking ...