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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at Flying J said it was really scenic on 16, despite having a few areas of gravel because of wash outs this Spring. This route would take us through the Lakes District as there are numerous picturesque lakes along the way which we enjoyed. There were lots of farms and ranches along the way. Lots of hay ground being cut and harvested. I noticed very little if any row crops. The agriculture area are ...
... we first popped by the Visitors' Centre to get an idea of the town.This is how we found out about Perimeter Trail. Also the rep at the centre confirmed that Aspen River House would be a great place to stay and she wasn't wrong. It looked like a huge well kept chalet when we drove by it as we rolled into town. It definitely feels like the owners put some love ...
... of rolling green hills covered with timber interspersed with the occasional lake, stream or river. About 50 miles south of Smithers we started to pass mountains, the snow capped peaks of the Telkwa Range, leading up to our arrival in Smithers at the base of the majestic Hudson Bay Mountain.
A long day again, but we were blessed with beautiful scenery and clear skies. It doesn't get much better when you are on a road trip!
... Pickup and pulling a 35ft. fifth wheel trailer. Go Figure!
I spent time in Smithers, neat little town. Fancies itself as a little Switzerland. Basically most of businesses are along Hwy 16, but the downtown area with the banners and all did add to the overall great impression.
I am parked at a RV Campground and if it weren’t so overcast would be able to take a shot of the A liner with the glacier in the ...
... this time we had been in touch with Chris & Janet who were still behind us back in the States. They had decided on doing the ferry trip up the famous Inside Passage ferry route from Port ******** the northern tip of Vancouver Island to Prince Rupert some distance up the BC
coast. They told us they hoped to be off the ferry around 30th May. So having done this trip ourselves back in 2002 we worked out an overland route ending close to Prince Rupert that would fit ...