Stork Nest Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsStork Nest Inn Smithers
A wonderful relaxing place to stay with cordial, helpful staff. Our room included a whirlpool tub,a great bed and a hot breakfast with eggs to order, pancakes, sausage and ham. Our only issue: no coffee pot in the room for early risers like us.
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The puppets made it all the way to Smithers today! If you don't know where that is...oh, it's north. We are actually the furthest up in northern BC that this tour is taking us.
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... a par 3 course right on the Bulkley River. We golfed at Smithers Country Club and went out to the local tavern. We were enjoying the town enough to stay a second night.
Dishes have become a bone contention so we have been playing golf for them. Unfortunately for Tim, he has been doing a lot of dishes. He is looking for dish respect and cannot find ...
... you think took THAT route)? We've all had enough of dirt, dust, rocks, gravel and whatever else they throw our way. So you can read about it like I did - the town was first called Gitanyow (Indian for "place of many people"). Then the town was raided and most of the inhabitants were killed, so they renamed the town Kitwancool - meaning (you guessed it) "place of reduced number". It is, however, a place where there are the most totem poles in all of British ...
... us up the eastern shore of Vancouver Island, past Nanaimo and Parksville and then westwards off the Trans Canada Highway1 to head towards Port Alberni and eventually Tofino. Many people had told us it was worth the long drive across the island on the Inland Island
Highway 19 to the Pacific coast as the scenery on the way to and at the coast was pretty special. Sadly the weather didn’t cooperate and for much of the time it rained and remained cloudy and quite cold.