Krusen with the Kruses travel blog

Lots of grain & seed storage in Dawson Creek

Wheat &/or hay fields & a gas drilling rig - sums up...

This is the "new" Kiskatinaw bridge - being repaired

30' lumberjack out in the middle of nowhere

Notice "crews welcome" sign - housing for gas well workers

Don't think they have too many amenities

Oil/gas co & support services signs on one road into the forest

We passed big equipment like this all day long - gas well...

Road thru the forest all day - see those 2 dots on...

There were actually 3 of them - mama bear & 2 cubs!

Fort Nelson Heritage Museum

Full of historical exhibits

Alaska Highway Veterans & Builders Monument

Trappers cabin

Entrance to the Triple "G" Hideaway RV Park

Home for the nite - not even unhitching


We were on the road before 9:00 this morning & drove 285 miles today. We saw lots of trees & lots of oil drilling related equipment, vehicles & support services. It was cloudy today but very little rain - thank goodness.

We saw 2 deer fairly early in our drive. The Milepost kept saying watch for moose or watch for deer but we didn't see any. Finally, about 30 miles south of Fort Nelson we came across a mama bear & 2 cubs - so cute!

We're spending the nite in the Triple "G" Hideaway RV Park in Fort Nelson. It's right next to the Fort Nelson Heritage Museum so we parked - stayed hitched - & walked over to the museum. It's quite a collection of regional memorabilia. The vintage car collection & trappers cabin were worth the visit.

We'll be heading out tomorrow morning for Toad Lake.

More later...

Critter count: deer - 2 (39 total) - bear - 3 (6 total)

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