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Aug 11, 2015 - Bonus Lake, BC

Started the morning at 6:15 and spent the day cruising and watching from strategic locations along Cranberry Junction drew a blank for the day not even seeing a black bear, Steve returned to Hyder and we decided to give another try in the morning. In the afternoon we went to Jigsaw Lake a nice drive about 15 miles of the main road, lots of berries but no bears.

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Aug 10, 2015 - Bonus Lake, BC

We saw a black Bear with two cubs cross the road as we left Stewart. We headed to Cranberry Junction with a minor delay caused by a major flood in the camper. A cupboard door had come open and something fell and opened the faucet in the sink, causing a flood. We discovered the problem when we stopped for gas at Meziadin Junction. We started a clean-up at the Junction and finished it up after we got to Bonus Lake were we camped. We had spilled about 10 gallons of water. We started our search for the spirit bear but we only saw two black bears.

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Jun 18, 2011 - Bonus Lake

We checked out all of the Spirit Bear hot spots with little luck. Mid morning we decided to take the Mitten Forest road, a back road that we had explored in 2009. The road was closed then do to a washed out bridge that has been repaired since 2009. To our surprise we were able to take this primitive road all the way to 80 Km to Hazelton which is just east of Kitwanga. We stopped at Kaan to look at the village totem poles. After taking a few pictures of the totems we head back to Kitwanga and the start of the Cassiar Highway. We saw a total...

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Jun 17, 2011 - Bonus Lake

We headed back East and then turned North at Kitwanga the start of the Cassiar Highway. The Cassiar Highway (450 miles) joins the Alaska Highway just west of Watson Lake at Milepost 626. After looking at the Totem Poles at Kitwanga we drove as far as Bonus Lake which has a small three space campground. One of the unexpected bonuses of the spot was the ferocious mosquitoes. They all took a liking to Kathy who retreated to the camper for the night. We did take a drive down the Nash forest road which goes back to the Lava beds. Our sightings...

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