Bon Voyage Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... meeting with Hubert for lunch at Kitwanga, I left and rode on by myself. I passed through the native village of Kitseguecia and faced a long, steady climb up a hill. There was a passing lane and a sign saying it was 2.8 km long. I was about 2/3 of the way and I was pedaling away in second gear and thinking, "This hill is mighty long. I might stop for a rest." As I was thinking this I must have glanced to my right and - Oh sh#*! BLACK BEAR! About ...
... only waist high. Next stop was Smithers..Kaff was hanging out for Tim Hortons and thankfully they had one. It was good to get some descent clean food as the last couple of Diners were a bit dodgy. The staff were nice and we chatted with the manager for a bit.
Back on the road we pushed on through to Prince George. We didn't get in until after 1830 but managed to find an RV joint on the Loops side of town. We are right next to the Washrooms ...
... easy and we enjoyed it as well. We biked back into town and returned the bikes before going back to McDonalds to get the update on the Americas Cup. They had to postpone the race as the wind was going the wrong way. Drove to the local swimming pool and had a nice shower before heading out to Tyhee Lake for a bread and Balsamic snack before getting on the road to Prince George. Arrived into Prince George City ...
... We decide to stay another day to plan where we want to be next.
9/6/Day 130 - It's lonely here by ourselves! One other couple did decide to stay, but the place is definitely quiet now. We hear that Bill and Kathy will be in the campsite tonight, so we will stay another night to catch up with them (our former Tail Gunners).
9/7Day 131 - Today we leave Prince George and head South. I want to stop at a town called, 100 Mile House.
... campground. (Note to self, when they say right on 97 it is right on 97 but traffic has been light). On the way we stopped at 6 Mile Lake for a spot of tea (must be my Canadian coming out or hanging are Dan and Lynn). The scenery is amazing and according to gas attendant at Prince George, first day without rain in two ...