Trend Mountain Hotel & Conference Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... they are drilling for natural gas or maybe oil.
We finally find an adequate place to pull into and stop. Up ahead is a wildfire. It started yesterday, bull dozers have cut a line around it and tanker planes are beginning to drop Phos-Chek, a reddish colored fire retardant, on the flames. We watch the process for a while and decide that we had better get on the other side of the fire while we can.
In my last post I forgot to mention our visit with Pam and Griff. They spent 4 days with us in Shelby. Our evening group dinners were filled with stories(mostly from Pam and Griff). We were also joined by Robin and Alan Helmore. They traveled with us to Calgary. We left Shelby Sunday July 5th with Alan leading the caravan. It was an easy drive until we got in the city. The campground was on the west side of the city. Getting there was a ...
Cold morning in the camp ground of the provincial park! We set out early for Dawson Creek which is actually the mile 0 point of the ALCAN.
Passed a coal plant - they were mining the coal right from the mountain next to the plant - first time I have ever seen a coal plant.
Saw two different elk ranches, both with a large number of elk in pens. Actual wildlife I saw included a coyote while riding with Gary and a small deer while riding my bike.
Another nice day of weather as we left Hinton. Had to escape the clutches of a huge bear at the grocery store. The ride was very scenic as advertised by the turnoff sign. Basically just 2 towns along the 300 mile stretch so have to plan on gas stops carefully. Rode through a ...
Day 29 - 29 June. Muncho Lake to Dawson Creek, Canada - about 400 miles
A fantastic day with a clear blue sky. The first 100 miles of our journey was lovely riding through mountainous countryside. Great roads and nice sweeping bends.
We came across a moose on the side of the road. They are quite a big animal - as tall as a large horse. Further down the road was a ...