Lakeview Inn & Suites

10103 98 Ave, Fort St. John, British Columbia, V1J 1P8, Canada | Hotel
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Entered the Alaskan Highway

A travel blog entry by spyderwolfe


... road eventually went through areas where no one was to believed to have ever been including the indigenous people. Advance crews and local guides went ahead of the road construction crews trying to plot the coarse. They picked the "easiest" path and just kept moving. No one had ever built a road over perma frost so there was much trial and error in methods. It seems to have been, for the time, a construction marvel. The modern highway is about 35 miles ...

Day 2 - To the Alaska Highway , Mile Zero

A travel blog entry by kann2010


... that we entered into BC where it started to be quite hazy and small mountainous. Of course a photo was mandatory in Dawson Creek at the marker for Mile Zero of the Alaska Highway.
Camping tonight is at Peace Island Park on the Peace River at Taylor, just south of Fort St John. Nice campground along the river, however we will downs the night listening to vehicles rumble across the high level bridge which ...

On to British Columbia

A travel blog entry by millross


... They share the same pasture.

There were only two towns to speak of that we went through all day. The larger one, Grand Prairie, Alberta had a huge lumber mill, Foothill Lumber. We had seen a large sign on 93 advertising that they were lumbering out there. At the lumber mill, they had piles and piles of logs, a couple of huge piles of sawdust, and a pile of sawn lumber that took up a whole city block. The entire operation took up about a 4 ...

Interlude III: Random Observations Pt. 2

A travel blog entry by rjsplow


... most places accepted U.S. cash) at least .94, and some places (like campsite out Calgary) took straight-up exchange. Whatever the reason, we weren’t complaining.

6) Northern Canada still has old-timey gas pumps and full service stations. I hadn’t seen these things in at least 25 years. Whether because of the weather effecting outside electronics or just because people just didn’t care, it was ...

Day 12: Bear Poop

A travel blog entry by rjsplow


... at least.

From there we turned back on the Highway to travel to or past the closest city (and hopefully to an open campsite), the Taylor/Fort Hood/Fort Howard area (by this point it was never really clear where, exactly, we were). Our next stop was a campground that was, by and large, completely empty rows of tightly packed RV sites and didn’t even look open. We learned there was a separate section of the site that was on ...

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