Woodlands Inn & Suites
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... Park at the high point of the road here was beautiful..wished we had camped there, not to be missed. Entering a belt of limestone/calcium soils that have sone of the same plants as last summer's Haute Route alps trip! Gentians in bloom, a different paintbrush spp than Montana, a ground hugging leathery-leafed mystery identical to the high Cols of Switzerland but this time in seed with ...
... for a show on northern lights. Stopped by the Sign Post Forest to put up our sign I made back home. There are over 70.000 signs here. Got back to camp at around 10pm. The sun was still up so me and Jamie headed to the lake to do some fishing. No fish and I didn't hook myself this time. It doesn't get dark anymore. Got to bed around ...
... British Columbia. Ben chose this one and I think it is because it is know as the cinnamon bun center of the galactic cluster. The office smelled wonderful when we arrived because they were just taking hot rolls out of the oven. They keep hot ones all day so we are waiting until morning to partake. We did buy some homemade sour dough bread for 7Lunnies(Canadian dollars), about $7.42. My friend, Mary ...
... along the way unless they've been noteworthy, and such is the case today: It's expensive as heck to stay anywhere up here in Northern Canada, and I'm staying at a "Ramada Limited" here in Fort Nelson tonight. Talk about an "old school" motel - Property must be at least 50 years old (probably an independent motel that was re-badged as a Ramada franchise) with drive-up rooms and actual keys (as opposed to key cards) to the rooms. But ...
... gas are big around Fort Nelson and Dick spends a lot of time pulling trucks out that got stuck on their way to or from oil rigs. He recommends Al's Car Cleaning & Repair, as it's where he brings his vehicle. It's just off an old stretch of the Alaska Highway, on Radar Rd. By the way, Dick tells me that most of the highway still follows the original route. Out of 1500 miles or so, they've taken about 40 miles off by straightening curves. A lot ...