Ripley Creek Inn
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Stewart
... photograph as we waited. After seeing no bears by lunchtime, we went back to the motorhome and fixed some sandwiches for lunch. No sooner had we sat down to eat and someone called "bear". So grabbing our cameras out we went. After watching the creek for a bear and seeing none, a little black bear walked out from under the platform, picked up some leftovers and headed to ...
The rain continued this morning as we made our way back to the viewing platform at Fish Creek. Having the motorhome made it easy to get out of the rain or fix lunch without having to travel. The rain made it difficult to wait out the bears as the benches provided for sitting were very wet. We found out that the bears usually arrive early, about 6 am, and then return in late afternoon. So it was very ...
When we arose this morning there was blue skies and by the time we unhooked to head out the skies were gray and threatening rain. We must be on our way to Hyder. We have yet to visit Hyder, Alaska under blue skies.
Most of the reasonablly short drive was down the Cassiar and it appears that our roadside animal drought is over. We first encountered a fox who proceeded to cross the road and head down into the bushes, but not before we got some ...
Parts of British Columbia have 16 FEET of rain a year, so we were bound to get some. Poured all night. Spent the morning doing washing and then photo updates. Good to have a rest day, even had time to read a book for once. Campsite quiet although the bugs are ...
... fifth largest in North America. Passed the abandoned Pioneer gold mine, complete with two blue tailings dams. Stopped overlooking the "toe" of the glacier for lunch then climbed to 1124 metres, to above the glacier and overlooking Summit Lake, full of chunks of glacial ice. Afternoon tea in the snow, on a very corrugated dirt road. Finally got to the site of another abandoned ( copper) mine, Granduc, and an old mining camp, before ...