Woodlands Inn & Suites
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Hola, hoy otro día en la oficina itinerante, me cambian el escritorio todos los días, pero la pega es entretenida, partimos un poco atrasados, 8.45, el día anterior mato a los compañeros, se nota algo de cansancio, hoy serán 526 kilómetros a Fort Nelson, abandonaremos la provincia del Yukon y nuevamente a British Columbia, es todo pavimentado, pero …
Had to wait till the Alaskan Highway Museum opened at 9 so I toured Dawson Creeks Murals that are painted on buildings in the downtown alleys. Some beautiful artwork. I only include a few in the body of the blog but all are accessible in the photo section. Walked some with Melvin a Native Canadian who gave me a lot of history on the town and the …
... The fireweed plant blooms progressively from the bottom up. When it reaches the top, snow can come anytime. The plants are now in their cotton stage. Seeding out and with the scarlet stems below, they make quite a site. If I have seen one fireweed plant on our trip, I have seen 40 million. They are everywhere, but unlike our Midwest dandelion, they are appreciated and have an important part in displaying Mother Nature at ...
... in - perhaps ferrying firemen/women in to help fight the fires. Did see one crew being put through their paces in the parking lot of the visitors center.
Later we visited the local historical society museum - largely comprised of items collected by one man over his 84 year life span. Lots of items from the building of the ALCAN, animal mounts, historical stuff and antiques. Marl Brown is 84 years old and still keeping the many cars (1924 - ...
... over. Even my Milepost book was blessed with a little bit when it did its duty as a makeshift table.
So, well fed and certainly well entertained, spirits were reaching new levels of high that morning. Perhaps that why the first TP (how I'll refer to toilet pits from here on out) of the day didn't even phase me. I considered myself a seasoned pro at this point.
As we continued our drive through the mountains, we saw some mangy buffalo and ...