Bon Voyage Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Prince George
... until several km later. I rode into Hazelton and thought that the hot weather and the bear encounter meant a proper room that night and I booked into a motel while Hubert kept on going for another bush camp.
While booking into the motel, I met a Canadian guy who said that his wife was from Melbourne. We had a nice talk and then, after I'd taken a shower, he and his work colleague said that they were having a BBQ and had too much food so ...
... people shared a most memorable, adventurous journey and that connection created ties that might last a lifetime.
An adventure of a lifetime is the best description of this Caravan trip. We experienced so many first times and best evers in these 61 days, that singling out just one or two of them is impossible. We were told by those who've experienced such trips, that all our rigs were ...
Getting ready for our cruise, we needed to add some clothes for the big formal dinner. I hit Salvation Army and aquired a very handsome jacket and tie ensamble for $8.07. They even through in a cooking pan! Ellie went high end at Target on clearance. Also got oil for the van. It's using more than when we left. Trying 20W50 to slow the bleeding. No pictures really today. We did see some deer and lakes that were ...
... of Pine and Birch, although real devastation to the pines due to beetle. Entire mountain sides seem to be infected. Real shame. Driving along next to the river in some cases watching various cascading waterfalls was really neat, two very large lakes as well. McLeod seemed to be the larger. I pulled into the Whiskers Point Provincial Campground. It was really nicely laid out, downside you must be prepared to ...
There are five days left before I leave on the International Visitor Leadership Program and the preparations are kicking into high gear.
I'm tackling the purchase of locally made gifts to bring with me to give to my program guide/interpreter and to the families that I will stay with during 'hospitality' visits throughout my trip. What Canadian, local items would be valued, appreciated, and not too predictable? I love Prince George ...