Sandman Signature Hotel & Suites Prince George
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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 ...
... Teslin. It was a beautiful day for driving, sun blazing clear blue skies and full on Fall colours. The only wildlife we saw was a Chipmonk and a porcupine.
Bell BC Wednesday: Todays drive has been much the same, we got to Nuggets Crossroads which is just before Watsons Lake as we wanted to drive down the Cassiar Hwy, but needed to check on the road conditions and also Gas options as these roadhouses just close come winter so its random who is ...
... where we met a group of barrel racers on their way home from a weekend of rodeoing. We continued on to Prince George where we stopped at the Bee Lazee RV park. We have a lovely space, and actually arrived at 5. Finally time to relax and get caught up on my blog. Miss Pat did laundry. Tomorrow is our last long drive! Almost time to board the Alaska Ferry, so someone else can ...
... Bowron, Nechalsa, Kelkwa, Bulkley) alongside; it is the longest river in BC, joining with the Skeena River’ and travelling 1,300 kms to the Pacific ocean.
Fortunate to have clear, sunny views of Mount Robson, highest mountain in Canadian Rockies – apparently only seen around 7-14 days per year, ordinarily covered in clouds. Indian name for the mountain is Yu-hui-las-hun i.e. ‘Mountain of the ...
... small lakes, ponds, meandering streams, and, of course, the Fraser River. The river is a bit muddy so it's being fed by some of its tributaries in the mountains which have been hit so badly with these storms. The wildflowers are out. As we were on a busy 2-lane highway with only one or two pullouts, I'm not happy with my pictures. I've tried identifying them tonight, but I'm also not happy with the Wildflower book that I brought. I ...