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Other highlights included:
· Moose Lake and Thunder Falls; where the lake marks the watershed with most of the lake water flowing into the Fraser River and west to the Pacific ocean but at the eastern end of the lake water flows east to the Atlantic ocean.
· ‘Dead Mens’ Island’ – the smallest national park in BC consisting of a very small island in the middle of a ...
... bothering anyone. The mosquitoes were fierce, after the rains they've been having. By the time dinner was over and cleanup performed, it was time to hit the sack. Torston and I read from the Alaska on the Wild Side book for quite a while. I kept saying, "don't you want to quit", but his answer was "No, keep reading."
We headed for Prince George this morning and had an easy drive between LLH and PG. It was scenic with ...
... campground. (Note to self, when they say right on 97 it is right on 97 but traffic has been light). On the way we stopped at 6 Mile Lake for a spot of tea (must be my Canadian coming out or hanging are Dan and Lynn). The scenery is amazing and according to gas attendant at Prince George, first day without rain in two ...
... Val. We are offered maple tea (yum) with maple biscuits (more yum). Then we are given the option of having a shower which is like a Godsend to us mere travellers!
Karen and I were give a lesson in how to make a real Canadian muffin, so now we know that (we also got to take some with us for the rest of our bus ride, which is very cool).
I'm pretty sure we were the luckiest travellers because after that we had dinner cooked for us and ...
... Fox Run", as it is called today, is a long and amazing story : In 1980, a 22 year old young man called Terrance Stanley "Terry" embarked on a cross-Canadian run called "Marathon of Hope" to raise money and awareness for cancer research. His idea was that if everybody would only raise one dollar, together it would make a big difference. But this still doesn't make him special enough. Terry had one leg amputated because of cancer. This is what made ...