Super 8 Motel Quesnel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Quesnel
... 6 pm and the coaches were lined up to take us to the Best Western. There were spiels about the 800 metre walking bridge and the local gift shop, the boat shaped casino and the little people. But despite a willing heart my body was just not up to it. Mac swiped open the door, I stumbled in the room and fell on the bed! I was unconscious until 11 pm when I stirred. So despite the town having a beautiful 800 metre pedestrian bridge, a specialist ...
Winter must be near---on August 21st I had to scrape the window of my truck to get the ice of off it at 6:30 am..Everything is working really nicely on the gold claim. No more break downs . We found an old river channel that runs parallel with the Swift river. It's about 150 feet wide, lots of ***************** blue clay bottom at about 8 feet down .. pay layer is about 2 feet thick sitting on the clay.
Some rocks are the ...
August 1, 2013. Truck - 67,837 Trip - 7,828
We left the Nass River rest area at 7:58 a.m. For about an hour, we were the lone vehicle on the 'highway' through the forested rolling hills. Gas was getting low, again, and a highway worker told us that the native village of Gitanyow had a tank and hand crank pump. Big clouds of dust kicked up behind the truck on the path of a road that passed through rundown modular homes ...
... to old
little log community hall to listen to locals on the fiddles and guitars.
Life is busy on the claim but when you come to camp everyone is like a family. We look
out for each other. A very serious accident happened nine days ago at camp.
We could hear someone calling for help. Those that were around ran down to the
owners home and found Sheila in distress. She had been on the ride on lawn mower ...
Today we followed the Thompson River for many miles then left it to go overland. At Quesnel we have again rejoined the Fraser River. This day took us out of the arid area into lush green, many, many lakes. Too many to even count let alone take photos of. It was quite beautiful. There are small towns with population of 450, with run down houses, old log cabins, or totally abandoned houses. But it seems that there are a lot of horses; Fat ...