Sandman Signature Hotel & Suites Prince George
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... 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 ...
Today we drive 232 miles to Prince George. When we get there we are treated to a nice "farewell" dinner - one in which none of us really wants to attend as we know how sad it will be.
As we travel south the first thing that strikes us is that this is a pretty nice road. Something we haven't been used to in Alaska - that's for sure!
We start off the day in the rain (fitting I guess) but we end up with a beautiful sunny and warm day of about ...
... that orange flower--am trying for better closeups of that one tomorrow. I thought Yarrow was on a bigger bush--these seem to be more single stems. Of course, looking at these in the light in the RV isn't the best way to look at flowers! There were fields of what we call mustard; that's not too unusual. However, there were others that had a yellow daisy (Salsify ?) growing profusely in them, while others had a little white daisy ...
... campground. (Note to self, when they say right on 97 it is right on 97 but traffic has been light). On the way we stopped at 6 Mile Lake for a spot of tea (must be my Canadian coming out or hanging are Dan and Lynn). The scenery is amazing and according to gas attendant at Prince George, first day without rain in two ...
... nice Happy Hour in Dave and Pat's home and then went on to dinner. The restaurant was Carmel's Family Restaurant. It was an interesting evening with an 'all you can eat prime rib buffet' and large carafes of wine. Another fun time!
Today we had traveled 246 miles and enjoyed the beautiful countryside of British Columbia with perfect weather. Life is good. NJ