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... sent the Ford on a flatbed tow truck with not two but one driver. So Jim hooked up his trailer to the Ford, the tow truck driver loaded up the Ram on his flatbed and off they went.
Jim asked where he was to take the truck when after he parked his RV in the RV park and the tow company driver said, "Don't worry about it. You can bring it back in the morning".
OK, now it's 10 hours after the break down. We have tried to help a fella with two bad tires on his 5th wheel, ...
... is the same as was when it was built… the logs are chinked with horse hair and pitch… something the squirrels love to work at so it has to be re-done every few years… the gal who talked about the building grew up in a family who’s father did log homes so she spoke good log home construction… The building was converted back to a place of interest in 1956 from what it had been between the time ...
... down into BC for about 40 miles during that time. Highway 1 is considerably better than 37! There is more traffic but the road is smoother, with center line and wide lanes. It has it's moments of toughness for sure but not nearly as bad as we went through the last couple days. The terrain is not nearly as severe either. Mountains for sure but they are not breathing down our necks like before. I have ...
... of Beaver Creek, which only took about an hour. So I passed the rest of my rest day by cleaning and servicing Nelson and sorting through my gear hoping to find some weight to ditch (but I didn't really achieve much there). I also had a yarn to several interesting locals who all had bear stories to share. Hearing all those stories, motivated me to make a change to Nelson and move the bear deterrent OC spray onto ...
... Jordan at 25 vs. Jordan at 30!
It feels right that I'm going back. The village I fell in love with at once, so breathtaking in its panorama, it's tuckedness into the mountain, the way it curved along the river to make a home for the counted few...it's about to get fewer.
They (the government) have decided to close its only school. I understand the reasoning, it's rational. I tried my darndness: teaching my pre-school class of four to ...