Woodlands Inn & Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Fort Nelson
... 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 ...
... Very nice museum with all kinds of memory items.
As we drove further north, we got into the “energy” section of BC. There were quite a few operational plants and work camps along the way. It looked like a lot of gas energy work going on.
The landscape was very neat as we got into some large hills and mountains. The traffic was not too bad. A lot of tourons like us mixed with a ...
Left Fort Nelson this morning, narrow roads, with steep grades, winding through the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Beautiful scenery today! Construction site, deja vu Pete & Toni, thoughts of Yellowstone!! Passed many Caribou today, another moose, black bear & many buffalo. Stopped for lunch at the Toad River ...
... of road construction. We rode through beautiful farmland and saw sheep, cattle and horses. Being a farm girl, I love seeing the farms plowed and ready for planting. We bought gas in Dawson Creek and I am always surprised at the cost of gas, 1.19 Canadian dollars per liter comes out to about $5.50 per gallon. Winnie holds about 50 gallons of fuel so use this as your math homework for the day. Dawson Creek ...
... off at another roadside rest around midday and got in a decent 45-minute snooze, which was a good thing because eventually I started to encounter quite a few steep (8-10%) up and down grades requiring my full consciousness, and which meant a workout for my lower gears, and happiness that I wasn't driving one of those big equipment rigs that were huffing and puffing the uphill grades and looking for roadside "oh **** ramps" on the ...