100 Mile Motel and RV Park
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... on there way to the Gold Fields. We spent a day there a couple of years ago. Very interesting place with good lunch and ice cream. We passed Clinton, which was the furtherest North we have traveled in Canada in past years.
Finally arrived at Big Country RV and Campground. We have found the mosquitoes. We heard they get bigger as we travel into Alaska. ...
... to be proud of too - marble! All the basins have their own little nook so you are set apart from everyone else. What a campground indeed! Today the weather has been fine one minute, raining the next, hailing the next and a small dose of snow flakes thrown in; much the same as yesterday. At the moment it's clear and serene; we are sitting right next to Lake Canim with yet another great view, a fire and an expected low overnight of ...
... through southern British Colombia through one quaint town after another. I regret not taking pictures at all of the welcome signs. I just got a couple. They were all very unique and usually included a largest of something - like largest fishing pole, largest gold mining pan, largest snow skis. Oh well you get the picture - or not because I did not grab the camera fast ...
July 23. Arrived at lac La Hache. Had a great visit with Russ and Lila and stayed the nite.. Thanks again for the hospitality. After a tremendous breakfast and lots of coffee we were on the road again heading towards Kamloops. Just past 100 Mile House we took Highway 24 East to Highway 5 and then down to Kamloops. Tremendous ride with beautiful ...
... temperture continued to climb. By the time we reached Lytton the temps along the Thompson River canyon stretch of TC 1 hit 105. Janet start having problems with her ankles swelling (due to a lower leg injury earlier this spring), so we stopped for cold drinks and some pie in Spences Bridge (a depressing place baking in the heat along the river), where it was 110.
After doing the serious re-hydrating we ...