Stork Nest Inn
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We were on the road again at 6:45 (it's become our usual takeoff time) and headed back to Quesnel for fuel, breakfast and to pick up Hwy 97 north to Prince George. It was a chilly 43 coming back down from Wells, and along the way we spotted our first "wildlife" - a large black bear crossing the road about 200 yards in front of us.
In Quesnel …
Today our drive is 206 miles (estimated time of travel 5-6 hours)...This drive takes us onto the Cassiar Highway traveling south. Each day on our travel log, we see where the road hazards are, so we know in advance where the rough roads might be as well as the steep inclines and declines.
Our travels takes us through a couple of First Nation towns - not much to look at and very small.
There was a short side trip down a dirt and narrow road (how many of ...
... trip of a lifetime. Tomorrow we all have breakfast together, then it’s “on the road”! There will be laughter and tears and fond farewells…we hope to stay in touch.
And to all our friends and family back home and around the
country we hope you’ve enjoyed our journey…this was written with you all in
mind. At different times, in different sentences, in different pictures things
were said hoping you would get a little chuckle. In fact, ...
... this. This year there is no drought in this area. Lots and lots of water, many lakes, rivers and ponds with water lilies...no Moose yet. Signs for them...I did see my first Loon. I can hardly wait to hear them. I've included some photos of the terrain and the lakes...around about every curve there was another lake.
The roads are good, and the traffic, light. Seems that ...
... Ball ferry. It was with a great sense of relief that we could again continue our trip in Jambo, legally and properly covered against 3rd Party insurance claims
which of course we hoped would not materialize.whilst in Canada or Alaska. We spent one more night with our kind hosts Dave & Yvonne at their cozy home just minutes from central Victoria.
While sitting on their verandah later sipping a glass of wine a real coincidence occurred. A small female figure ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.