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Jun 28, 2015 - La Conner, WA to Quesnel, BC

6-28-15 La Conner, WA to Quesnel, BC Had to get up early enough to drive to La Conner, collect Kate and Tucker and get them to their airport shuttle to SEATAC by 6:45AM. That is not as easy as it sounds. I also had to deliver Julie to the hotel in La Conner at the same time. She, my sister Kim, and son Will are all flying out to Alaska later that afternoon. I returned to the RV after saying my goodbyes to everyone to get it ready to roll. Been so busy I had not had time to properly pack things up till now. Will be driving through Canada...

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Aug 24, 2008 - Hixon BC

Well, we do seem to have the proverbial black cloud (well, just rain...things otherwise are goin great!) lingering over us, as we heard rain all through the night...getting up this morning...leaving Houston...and for most of our travel time today. The majority of the time, though, it is a sprinkly kind of rain. I guess it could be monsoon force. Rog and I have said "Hey, it's raining!" to each other so often, now we just say "Hey!". Then we laugh. Anywho, most of the scenery today continued to be farmland, with cattle and/or horses along...

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Jun 5, 2008 - Hixon, B.C.

Today, we traveled north approximately 150 miles to the Canyon Creek Campground and RV Park just outside the little town of Hixon and just south of Prince George. We stopped for breakfast this morning at Williams Lake, a pretty town with a population of around 12,000. We continued to follow Highway 97 north through green, lush countryside. When we left this morning, it was drizzling after raining hard most of the night. We seemed to be just ahead of the rain most of the day and whenever we stopped, it would catch up to us. We stopped for a...

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Pretty Damn Nice!

Jun 24, 2007 - In Canada

For more photos, click on "North to Alaska" at http://community.webshots.com/user/dlpool June 15: Here we are in Missoula, MT. Like so much of the country we've been privileged to view, it is gorgeous. The city is set in a valley surrounded by beautiful mountains and this time of the year, everything is green, lush, and blooming. This morning we drove out to the Fort Missoula Historical Museum. The setting is on 39 acres and has a few of the original buildings. During the war, some of the barracks were used to house Japanese and Italian...

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