Stonebridge Dawson Creek
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Dawson's Creek has an interesting history. In 1941, after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, it was decided that a highway needed to be built through Alaska as a supply road to defend North America against the Japanese. Construction began on March 8, 1942 starting at Dawson Creek. More that 11,000 American troops, including seven regiments of engineers, 16,000 civilian workman from Canada and the United ...
... 5 ft tall tires with only 15 PSI in them.
The scenery is breath taking - snow covered mountains all around and we are trying to drive and look at the same time. We drove up to 7,000 ft and have taken a gondola ride to 8,600 ft.
The roads are the most hazardest part of the drive so far - there are free range horses and cattle on them. Then we have moose, deer, elk, ...
Today we got off to an early start. Left the RV Park at 6:45! We will eat breakfast on the road!
Just as we are pulling onto Highway 16, we spot a Black Bear ...
... huge gullies and washouts from previous heavy rains or snow melt tumbled down to the road and lake. We were soon treated to a surprise as we rounded a corner and came upon a Caribou doe and her fawn crossing the road. We stopped to watch them a while before they started to walk away. Finally after tracking across miles and miles of caribou territory we found two.
Our goal for the day was to get ...
... injection, and a drip in his hand to try and hydrate him, & an automatic blood pressure thing attached to him!! Michael rarely gets sick, has never had an anesthetic, and here he was laying in the docs surgery with drip & morphine, in one of the smallest towns in the Rockies!!
We stayed for a couple of hours, and once the saline drip was finished, he drank a bottle of water, & was feeling a lot better. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center