Stonebridge Dawson Creek
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Dawson Creek
... 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, ...
We have all been doing different things and enjoying everything. We have hiked, gone site seeing to some glacier fed lakes - brrrr! We took gondola rides up to 8,600 feet to view more mountain ranges than we ever imagined. The Rockies just keep going!! We have taken terra buses up to the Columbia Icefield Galcier glacier and walked on it. The buses were the most amazing things - ...
... that helped because it kept the wildlife off the roads. Also because of the rain we never saw anyone working on the roads even though they had their signs up. We decided to stop at Costco in Grande Prairie so as to stock up. The same general store and yes we did end up spending a little over $100. We eat a hot dog and fries there. Nancy was not happy I ordered the fries, which were good by the way. ...
... also a lot of truck traffic with a lot of logging trucks. It was through a lot of farming country for the first 1/2 then huge forrest areas.
Our stop for the night is at a beautiful campground called Pierre Grey's Lakes Provincial Park. One loop out of 3 was still open with most spaces filling up. Each loop is on a separate lake. Alberta, which we crossed in to today, seems to keep their parks open longer then BC, but ...