Woodlands Inn & Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Fort Nelson
... the “garage” part of the museum. I fell in love with the 1954 Packard!
After a social/travel meeting at 5PM, we had dinner at the campground’s restaurant and sat with another couple from Indiana. Storm clouds and rains were headed towards us for the night, so we batten down the hatches and hunkered down for the night.
Tomorrow is another travel day to the Liard Hot ...
... Anyway they are structures created when the limestone mountains eroded. Back at camp, Pete and I walked to the hot springs on a boardwalk through beautiful flora. The hot springs were HOT! But so awesome after a long drive. We watched a couple of episodes of Games of Thrones with Chris and Larry as they were finishing up the first season. They have the second season and we are anxious to start watching ...
Clear sunny skies began our trip on the Alaskan Highway. The winds had finally died down. Under the watchful supervision of the couple in the RV next to us we quickly hooked up and were on our way. Our next door neighbors were leaving for Alaska with a caravan tour tomorrow.
After the attack of the mosquitoes at one site, everything covered in worms at another, truck repairs, temperatures that fluctuated 30 to 40 degrees, ...
... was a nice break to an otherwise very bland day. After lunch, I snuggled down in my seat and slept for about an hour but the rough and bumpy road woke me. We saw lots of very long, straight roads, some pretty valleys, a lot of spruce and sycamore forests and toward the end of our day some mountains again. We also began to see some groupings of aspen trees and I want to photograph some for Ben to paint. ...
... Updated in-room accommodations (bed/TV/kitchenette, etc), good wifi, the plumbing works (and they even provide a plunger in case needed (I didn't), to prevent the ol' "phone call of shame" to the front desk), and clean and comfy. Go figure.
A few more thoughts and observations from today's driving:
(1) At one point I passed a couple of bicyclists heading southbound, in windbreakers and with bags slung on either side of ...