There was a business we passed outside of Dawson Creek that had huge mounds of long logs...might have been a mill of some sort.
To the west, on down the highway several miles, stood a 30 foot statue of a lumberjack which is a marker for Clarke Sawmill.
We saw several caution signs for wild animals. Today we saw an owl and a black bear along the highway. Jesse & Ginger also spotted a moose and a fox early on into the trip today.
We pulled over off the highway when Bob spotted this black bear in grassy area beside the highway.
Prophet River was at Historical Mile 233.
Bob wanted to note that so far after traveling 3200 miles, the worst roads we have traveled were outside of Custer SD in the USA.
We arrived at Triple "G" Hideaway RV Park on the edge of Fort Nelson, BC, Canada at approx. 1:45 pm which is at Mile 300 on the Alaska Highway. ($40.95/ 1 night/30 amp full hookup/cable TV/WiFi). As soon as we got to the park, we washed our rig because it was a filthy mess on the outside. This park, so far, has good WiFi so I am happy because posting my blog isn't such a chore for once. Most nights so far at the different campgrounds we have stayed, the WiFi is so slow that it takes forever to upload pictures; and that is all I get accomplished and don't really get to have time to unwind. I love fast WiFi!!!
Total Miles Traveled Today = 340
Have a good one!!.