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... pavilion for a Caravan Staff prepared dinner.
Sunday, July 20th – Hinton, AB to Dawson Creek, BC – Day 13 of Caravan
A big day ahead of us driving today, 258 miles. We left camp at 8:15AM with our usual “pod” group. We left the mountains and were back again in the farmland/canola fields.
Last gas and shopping stop at Grand Prairie, AB as we are told that British Columbia ...
Miles today 268 Total 3788
Said goodbye to Dave & Wanitta who were great hosts bearing in mind I had never met them before and headed off to a Yamaha & Triumph dealer to try to get Scottoil for my auto chain oiler. No luck but had a good chat about bikes "n" stuff as you should do
.Headed west and weather held out...a bit cool but I can live with that. After approx 180 ...
... the recent warm weather! I seriously would not want to fall down these falls! Continuing along the road we came across our first brown bear along the road side chowing down the fresh berries before we headed to Mt Edith Cavell and it's associated glacier. Was a great but hard walk to the glacier and it's lake but was worth getting there! Continuing on towards jasper just driving along we came across another bear! This time a mother bear with a little ...
... walk their children in strollers! The sun was shining and it was a great day to spend near the water. The only thing missing - I didn't see or hear any frogs?????
On the trip back we stopped to explore the ruins of a coal mining community, Pocahontas that existed for ten years from 1910 until 1921. The demise of a railway and the high cost of transporting coal made it too expensive to continue operations. The coal miners from ...
... make a turn so naturally we missed it and had to recover with a Crazy Ivan u-turn which is not easy to do in this rig. Arriving in Jasper, we found it was way too full of tourists and decided to press on another 50 miles to a KOA in Hinton, Alberta. This turned out to be a very good decision; the KOA was very clean, well laid out and the most picturesque campground we have stayed at the whole trip.