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Aug 14, 2009 - Nash River

We left the campground for the final time and stopped at Safeway to update our email. When we got to the Garage we were told that the part from Prince George had arrived and that it did not have all of the necessary parts for the repair and they had run out of options. The Geo is still on their rake and cannot be removed because it only has three tires. I had talked to a fellow in Massachusetts who was going to check on a part and call me back, but he had not called. On the off chance that he might be able to help, I lucked out, he had lost...

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Aug 9, 2009 - Lava Bed Memorial Park

Today we took a drive along the Nash River as far as Kincolith, BC a Native village on the Ocean. While we did not see any bears we did see at least 300 Bald Eagles waiting for the salmon run. The tide was out and the eagles were lined up on the tidal flats and perches along the shore line, it was an incredible sight. We spent the evening looking for a reported pack of wolves and of course the elusive Spirit Bear, once again we drew a blank. http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/nisgaa/

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Aug 8, 2009 - Lava Bed Memorial Park

We returned to Terrace BC today on our way o the Lava Beds Memorial Park. The park is on the Nash River and has similar geological features as Craters of the Moon National Monument. We hope to resume our search for the Spirit Bear here. After disconnecting the Geo from the camper and starting our quest I detected a bad sound from the driver’s side front tire, a nasty grinding sound. Pulled the wheel and found some nasty grooves in the rotor. Called AAA and made arrangement for the Geo to be towed back to Terrace BC for repairs on Monday. We...

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