Treasure Cove Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and Hallucinating...lol
Anyway we took off from Bell2 at around 0900 and drove through to Old Hazelton. We couldn't remember going there before but as we got deeper into the town we realised we had on our journey around BC. There is a lot of First Nation heritage here. They have an awesome bridge to cross and it only one car wide so its give way to the first vehicle. Kaff went for a walk across but even she said it was scary. The side ...
... Haha when we got to the top we ran into another 3 bikers who told us what way we should go and that they had just seen a Mumma Moose and a baby. We saw them briefly walking in the opposite direction from us. The first trail we took was the Long Trail, which was an intermediate track and we really enjoyed it. Then we came up the Uphill Tack and turned around after halfway and motored back down. This trail ...
Slept on the chair all night. Very hot. Up at 5:00 a.m. And ready to go at 6:00 catch the train which doesn't leave until 9:45. Today is Donna's BD. Train trip was nice. Not crowded and loads of arm and leg room. Got in McBride about 3:15 and Carla was there to pick us up. McBride is a very tiny, interesting town. I can't wait to ...
There are five days left before I leave on the International Visitor Leadership Program and the preparations are kicking into high gear.
I'm tackling the purchase of locally made gifts to bring with me to give to my program guide/interpreter and to the families that I will stay with during 'hospitality' visits throughout my trip. What Canadian, local items would be valued, appreciated, and not too predictable? I love Prince George ...
... the bus at a truckstop in the middle of nowhere. After about half an hour he stops the bus again and says he's going back to pick them up because he felt bad... so that added an 45-50 minutes to our journey. He dropped them off at a town called Watson Lake which is at least an hour away from Whitehorse (but at least it had accommodation so they could get out of the cold for the night!)
We get to Whitehorse and catch a cab to Mackenzie's (our host)...