Woodlands Inn & Suites
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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 …
... 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 - ...
Day six started off much the same as day five. More quality time together in the car, bonding over some fruit stolen from breakfast as per the norm. Before long, mountains had popped up in front of us and the scenery took another turn from the farmland we had yesterday. There's just something about fresh morning air in the mountains.... turns out in this particular case, that something was love. Bear love to be exact. Bear love on the side of the road. ...
... We stopped by the visitors center and then over to the heritage museum. For me, Fort Nelson is nothing more than a layover point on our way home! We had a nice dinner at the restaurant at the RV grounds. I have now worked three hours on this blog tonight. We have cable TV, but no phone or internet. The rain has followed us here tonight. I hope it will all blow over before we leave for Dawson Creek ...
This was our start of the Alaska Highway. We traveled 282 miles today ending up at Fort Nelson, BC. We all took the lecture at the visitor center and found that not much else to do here. The Trappers Den was a store that sold native crafts and pelts.....prices were outrageous.
A pair of slippers were $195.00 .....a little out of my range. Another couple were looking at belts and found a tag "made in ...