Sandman Hotel Quesnel
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Heated pool
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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So next we traveled to Quesnel where we spent a fantastic week! Brent's Great Grandmother traveled to Canada from the United States in a covered wagon. So at one time they had a gold claim in the Barkerville area. As a result his Nana's brother still has gold claims today but not in this area. So it was cool for the kids to learn about gold fever and how to pan for gold!
... the hoe on the hill. We have not been leaving before four or
five in the afternoon so a long day in the sun.
July 8th brought friends Karl and Joyce to our campsite for a stay for awhile
to share in the experience of the Cariboo. Many other people will be arriving
in the near future.
Today we have moved to a new site at our mine. We are now once again close
to the hill where there are many large ...
friends and listen to live old time country music which is different every week.
Ray blew a hydraulic line on the link belt excavator, and made a quick on the spot
welding repair, which turned out to be successful and on we continued.
This past week June 8-12th we had a very productive week with long days at
the mine. We are finally into steady production, runny paydirt most of the day.
... and small farms. I picked up a Harley chip for nearly $5 in Smithers, B.C. While Bud napped, I blogged at the Burns Lake Public Library. By 4:30 p.m., I was sick of riding. It was just boring with nondescript views. We finally found a Walmart in Quesnel. It was late so we grabbed food at the McDonalds inside Walmart. I had seen poutine on the menu at several of the places we had eaten but I didn't know what it was. If it's ...
we have spent the last two weeks clearing roads down to the claim and hauling the equipment down close to the swift river..
what i didnt know was how soft the ground was and the high ground water. I got the bobcat stuck at least twice a day and was hauled out of the mud with the excavator many times. Still a lot of road work to do so we can travel to the mine site with our trucks instead ok atvs and big eguipment.