Stonebridge Dawson Creek
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... through but we were both excited to have seen what we did! Animal count: Buffalo- saw a herd! Moose - 1 Deer - 3 Caribou - 2 Stone Sheep - 1 Black Bear - 1 The drive along Muncho Lake was amazing. Tons of right roads with giant cliffs on one side and water on the other. The water is so real in some parts, crazy since all we are used to is glacier silt fed waterways! We stopped for lunch at Summit Lake which was near Stone Mountain-- again great views. Addie wanted ...
... had invaded and occupied two of the Aleutian Islands, too close for comfort. A fact I didn't know! Construction started on the 1500 mile road through dense forests in November 1942 and was completed in 8 months. The troops survived terrible conditions: equipment not made for the conditions, 90 degrees to 70 below temperatures, mud, ice, mosquitoes, ...
... op" at the sign proclaiming the start of the "world famous Alaska Highway." We see lots of RV's with homemade signs saying" Going to Alaska" and some campgrounds have been full. We had fun surprising Scott with an impromptu birthday celebration. ...
... go much slower, so we are ok). About 3 or 4 coaches got chips in their windows - most from trucks passing at higher speeds and throwing the rocks up. Luckily there is an RV place here and someone was going to come out and fix the windows at the park if they were not too far gone. Luckily not us THIS time.
The road was very heavily treed with lots of pine. Not the most spectacular road we have been on, BUT I did see my first wild grizzly bear!!
... unless you
had a hat with mosquito netting like beekeepers. They had no insect repellent.
It didn’t appear that they had a problem with malaria like they did when
building the Panama Canal. I think those conditions were much worse although
here in Alaska you had to deal with the extreme cold. The mud and muskeg that they had to deal with in Alaska was unbelievable. All the equipment took a beating due to the cold and the mud. ...