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Jun 23, 2012 - Hazelton, BC Pop 729

June 23-26,2012 Historic Hazelton BC, population 729 Gitanmaax First Nations Village, population 10,200 We are in what I call ‘almost Alaska,’ 80 road less miles due west is the Alaskan border. This is mosquito country, when it rains the mosquitoes retreat; otherwise this is Bite Central. We arrived on a warm, sunny and muggy Saturday afternoon. Checked in with the Alaska RV Caravan staff and received yellow vests, name tags and an orientation schedule for the next 3 days. We stopped and said hello to our fellow travelers and their dogs....

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May 22, 2010 - Prince George to Hazelton, BC

Clicked off the miles pretty quickly today. Stopped at a rest stop to make a quick lunch, then back on the road again. Weather is mostly sunny and dry and NOW we're getting glimpses of the scenery I like best! As much as I enjoy forests (and don't much enjoy high desert), the view out of the truck windows wasn't changing all that much up until now. Several times today we've come to the crest of a hill to be treated to an incredible view of craggy snowy mountains above trees and/or green fields with horses and cattle. Beautiful! We decided...

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Aug 7, 2009 - Hazelton, BC

It was so quiet we both slept in and then remembered we had to turn on the water heater for showers so we didn’t get away until 10:45. As we drove north on Yellowhead Highway Rt 16 the mountains grew bigger and more impressive. There’s a lot of traffic coming south, particularly trailers. We stopped for a break at Babine Lake just after Topley, BC. The sign says it’s the “Longest Natural Lake in BC”. We tried all different ways to pronounce “Babine”, but didn’t find out the correct one. We arrived at the K’san Campground in Hazelton, BC...

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