Ramada Prince George
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very nice, views breathtaking.
lots of homeless around.
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Vandaag de eerste reisdag naar de westkust. Na het verlaten van Jasper zijn we nog langs 2 provinciale parken gereden. Daar zijn we wel even gestopt. Het weer was prima, bij het Visitor Center buiten een kop koffie met wat lekkers verorberd. In het stadje Mc Bride nog gestopt om te tanken en een sandwich gekocht om verder onderweg op te eten. De …
I stayed in camp just across the Boarder in Stuart.. The days are so long here. It's still light after 11pm and the sky never really gets dark, it's always slightly blue still and the suns up around 4am.
I found it hard to sleep the past few nights! This particular night i was woken by rummaging in my cupboards.. Now I don't mind admitting this made me nervous.. Because in the middle of nowhere late at night your mind can play tricks as to what was in there!! It took awhile ...
... off we went and the road was quite rough going for the first hour or so, we ended up stopping at Jade City for lunch. We got talking to Andy in the Cafe there and he closes in 2 weeks. They have a big Jade mine there owned he thought by the family that hired him. The population in summer is about 60 and in winter drops to about 40. He feeds their workers which is about 8 to 10, 3 meals a day and then he cooks for the travellers that pass through ...
Miss Pat got up early this morning, thinking we were leaving at 8, rather than getting up at 8! But this was actually a very good thing. We packed up in our usual 17 minute drill and were on the road. Only problem, we stopped for photos very 10 miles! The Fraser River was beautiful, with many white water rafting opportunities. We continued along the River to Lytton where ...
Other highlights included:
· Moose Lake and Thunder Falls; where the lake marks the watershed with most of the lake water flowing into the Fraser River and west to the Pacific ocean but at the eastern end of the lake water flows east to the Atlantic ocean.
· ‘Dead Mens’ Island’ – the smallest national park in BC consisting of a very small island in the middle of a ...