Ramada Limited 100 Mile House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We continued North, where numerous wineries beckon you to come in for a taste. There were many traffic stops for paving of roads. It seemed like we would just get up to speed and there was that flag person with his "stop" sign.
We stopped at Hat Creek Ranch and visited the 1800's Roadhouse. The Roadhouse was built on the Cariboo Wagon Road ...
... be a catalyst. So, off we go to who knows where ..... It was a very pretty route as was promised and we had great views: mountains, Bridge Lake, Lac de Roches ( where we stopped and made a cuppa), Sheridan Lake and then onto Lone Butte and 93 Mile There wasn't much at 93 Mile and so we headed up to 100 Mile to stays the night. Not much there either except a goose free lawn at the Info Centre. I'm asking if Therese are nasty here . I asked ...
We are in transition mode over the next couple of days. From the first half which I'll call Canada/Alaska portion to the second half Northwest/California/Southwest visit. The RV also needs some scheduled maintenance. The oil needs to be changed, brakes and tires checked. We have an appointment at a truck top in Mount Vernon Washington. There we will do many loads of ...
July 23. Arrived at lac La Hache. Had a great visit with Russ and Lila and stayed the nite.. Thanks again for the hospitality. After a tremendous breakfast and lots of coffee we were on the road again heading towards Kamloops. Just past 100 Mile House we took Highway 24 East to Highway 5 and then down to Kamloops. Tremendous ride with beautiful ...
... up I-5 north for the one hour run up to Bellingham in light traffic, then onto Hwy 542, the Mt. Baker Scenic Hwy. We traveled on this great country road, passing lots of bikes heading south from Canada, and from Nuggents Corner on Hwy 9, north to the border at Sumas, with Mt. Baker sitting in its hazy slendor to the east.
After a quick snack at a rest stop along the TransCanadian Hwy 1, we shed some layers to ...