Stonebridge Dawson Creek
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and Mike, pulled up after an hour or so of waiting and they asked us to jump in. David had just returned from Japan after living there for 12 years and Mike was a retired firefighter and a ranch owner. Needless to say, they both had some very interesting stories!
Once we got to the visitor centre at Dawson Creek, we discovered that our flight reservation was no longer existent. And so began our next adventure!
The three of ...
... in a few spots but Alan got us through it. We stopped in Calgary for the Stampede. It can be compared to a State Fair with a rodeo. Everyone wears cowboy gear even the local newscasters. I think I will have to rename the blog to "Mike and Doug's Misadventures". When we arrived at the campground in Calgary, Mike discovered that his car battery was dead. Doug has been giving Mike. Hard time for not driving a Ford(big shock). When ...
... startled and bucked off the riders and other stuff they were carrying.
Much of the rest of the journey was slow and hot due to numerous road works on the way.
Hotel was good and right next a Walmarts - handy for stocking up on a few things.
Dawson Creek is a town which is mile zero for the Alaskan Highway. The
Alaska Highway was constructed ...
... and things cleared up.
Just on the west side of Hinton we turn onto Alberta Highway 40. The sign at the turn says “Scenic Route to Alaska”! It was a ...
The official Alaskan highway starts at Mile Zero from Dawson Creek and ends in Fairbanks Alaska. It is 1,483 miles long built in the 1940's as part of the war time strategy to improve supply lines to Alaska which was being threatened by the Japanese. We are driving every single mile on our way to Denali, then a different route on our return through Seattle. The pioneered small towns are now dependent ...