Stonebridge Dawson Creek
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Dawson Creek
... say it was urgent. We had just stopped for fuel. It took us a while to find a spot. After we stopped we found out why! Mike had left his spare keys in the lock of one of his bay doors. No one noticed the keys at the fuel stop. We had driven a couple of hours with the keys in the door. Boy was he lucky! We spent the night in a Walmart parking lot. Mike decided to have a fundraiser while we sat in the parking lot. He even got Doug and ...
... on many of the light poles - each depicting various local scenes or activities.
On Monday (day 9) all of us went to the Mile 0 pole (which is smack dab in the middle of the intersection of two main streets down town) to have our picture taken. We visited the local museum and were educated on the building of the ALCAN. Below is my summation of the information from the museum about the ALCAN - skip to the * if you will be bored by the history:
So, Japan ...
July 19 -334 Mile drive to Dawson Creek, BC This is where they measure the Alaskan Highway from. It has been raining this morning, but we think it looks like the clearing has begun. We are going to have our group photo taken at this marker.
It was a long drive for Nick, but it was an easy drive - not a whole lot of traffic and the roads were pretty good. We did come across one stretch of road that was being resurfaced and we were warned to slow down (Nick ...
... was built is amazing. We were glad that we learned a little bit about the construction of the road as it has helped us appreciate driving the road. Of course, most of the road has been re-routed but there was one part of the old road and the only original bridge still standing so we took a little detour so we could drive on the original road. ...
... of the country are smiling because they're either spinning their wheels in the mud or wagging their tails. Some of the older creatures, like us, are doing both.
This morning we're seeing blue skies for the third day since the beginning of our trip -- abot two weeks ago. I have changed the theme of the trip from "rain-rain go away, please come back another day" to "rain-rain, just go away and don't come back.