The Lodge at Riverside
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... loop, and of course it involved about a quarter mile of loose gravel. Not too bad until the final stretch, where the gravel road had no guardrail, and was up to the edge of a drop off into the lake. It's all part of the adventure, at least that's what I keep telling myself. As we finally made it through loose gravel without plunging to our death, there was another section that was one lane with a flagman. We lucked out at the ...
... and headed through BC, but by then it was getting late. The border was very busy and we had a small wait in line but no problems getting through. The mountain pass was rainy and foggy and finally we decided to find a place to stay the night as it was just to far to Kamloops. We pulled off in Merritt and will have a shorter ride tomorrow night as we plan to stay in Jasper on our way to Grande Prairie.
That's it for tonight, no phone use now for about 10 days.
... out but the sun makes it feel very warm. There is a bridal party taking pictures on the side of the lodge with the mountain in the background. The poor bride is walking in the snow in her bare feet.
As our luck would have ...
... direction. Not far away the big, lazy Eel River stumbles past its wide rock strewn shores spreading out in places over 100 metres on either side.
That night we checked into the Riverwalk RV site in Fortuna for $28 a night for a campsite which included not only good hot showers, but wifi, a laundry and a guest kitchen too. We had camping neighbours from Germany and Australia in a hired camper and at the other end of the site a few
big RVs compete with their ...
... a college credit.
Back in the van we headed back into the forest. The first major thing we came to was a tourist attraction with giant statues of Paul Bunyan and Babe the big blue ox. Paul Bunyan was born in....haha just kidding, and anyway, Paul Bunyan is a folk hero…but I bet some of you didn’t
know that! Dad decided to fondle Babe’s under carriage, hard to believe I know, and then we made our way into the gift shop. I never knew you could ...