Super 8 Fort St. John

Address: 9500 Alaska Way, Fort St. John, British Columbia, V1J 1N5 , Canada | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel is located on 9500 Alaska Way, Fort St. John.
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      Quesnel to Fort St. John

      A travel blog entry by lory.laroche on Jul 28, 2014

      7 photos

      Hit the road at 8 am again today! Got a good whiff of those smelly pulp mills on our way out of Quesnel. Blue skies all the way and no signs of smoke even up near Hudson's Hope which was evacuated. Didn't even see any burn sites. We did see a black bear with 2 cubs run across the highway 50 metres in front of us. Slowed down but they didn't stick …

      Game On! North to Alaska.

      A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Aug 26, 2014

      1 comment, 37 photos

      ... the bombing of Pearl Harbour the Americans decided to build a road from the rail head at Dawson Creek right up to Fairbanks in Alaska. It is 2,400 kms. That is how far our journey will go and then we have to come back. It is a bit daunting.

      Just before Fort St John’s, we hit the deep gorge of the Peace River. It had a big bridge spanning the river and Jenny didn’t like the surface as I think it was steel mesh so the ice could melt and fall through. You ...

      Fort St John

      A travel blog entry by wcattell on May 24, 2014

      2 comments, 1 photo

      ... has happened and at the Grande Cache stop there were three separate instances take place. The area around Grande Cache is heavily timbered with pine plantations, with a lot of logging trucks carrying lumber out of these areas. There were also a lot of small oil wells, which I was to learn (whilst talking to a guy in Starbucks later in day) that was due to the current high oil price. Passing through ...

      Another Big Step

      A travel blog entry by teamwingnut on Apr 27, 2014

      1 photo

      ... for several months about how it might work and today he let us know that he thinks it is a great opportunity for them. It will also be great for them to get a chance to see some of their family back in England which is part of the plan.
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      The Dog House

      A travel blog entry by meganehlers on Mar 26, 2014

      ... in my conversation between people. Just to give you guys an idea about their interests up here in the oil field, they came up with a game that consisted of punching each other in the face. Crazy of me to think that was weird. They justified it by admitting that they were drinking, so it's alright........ Then one of the workers asked me what the craziest thing I have ever ...