Iron Springs Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... touring cyclist called Richard at lake Sylvia who had done nearly a hundred miles in one day!! We are averaging around fifty which is the most we can hope for with our budget bikes, extra weight and bodies which although not unfit are not used to this level of exercise! Oh and the fact that we have had head wind nearly the entire time. Still we made it to a place called Bruce Port county park today to a cheap campsite with HOT showers so life is ...
... have to scramble and re-do them again (back in the room).
But, I now have a copy of the Accident Report from Stewart, BC (I had to wind up calling the office in Prince George (further up the RCMP food chain) to give them a nudge to get that . . . which worked . . . I got a call from the Cpl who was in charge of the detachment in Stewart and he said if I had any more problems or questions . . . to call him . . . OK. I sent this report to ...
... red rocks found in the sand. This makes the sand more dark than red, but it is still stunning because of the giant driftwood that has washed up. Ethan and Owen have great fun climbing over the driftwood and finding big sticks to hit each other with. I leave them to it and take some photos using my new monopod. Next is Kalaloch Beach, very similar to Ruby Beach, but we are able to get a drink and a sandwich. We also stopped at Big ...
... Olympic National Park information centre. We bought our US parks pass and got some general information before driving the 17 mile road upwards through a few small tunnels to the Hurricane Ridge Center (US Spelling). The views were quite amazing from just the car park and after a quick walk around the visitor centre; we drove to the end of the road where the Hurricane Hill trailhead started. The trail was quite easy at first walking along a ridgeline with ...
... are 1000 years old), western red ceder, spruce and hemlock. We caught a glimpse of a herd (?) of elk on the way to the lake and MC thinks she saw an eagle. Dave thinks she saw a pigeon. This place is magnificent. Words can't describe.
We ran back into the "5 old guys" who we will from now on refer to as the "5 bobs" as they are all towing "BOB" trailers. We spent ...