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The two RV Gypsies
travelled to Fort Nelson
British Columbia, Canada
June 13, 2016

The two RV Gypsies were still amazed by the beautiful scenery they encounter while traveling in their RV. They will never get tired of fantastic scenery. Eye candy at its best.

amazing scenery curvy roads
water and cliffs - what can eb better a bit of road construction
a steel bridge a giant dude hiding in the bushes
wildlife sign - but no moose

Karen really loves photographing "roller coaster roads" that can be seen for miles and miles ahead.

a big dip roller coaster orads

what?The driving weather was fine up until the time that Lee stopped to put diesel in the RV. Then suddenly, it started to HAIL on Lee. Karen quickly passed an umbrella to him, as they both laughed their heads off. As soon as the two RV Gypsies hit the road again, the HAIL stopped. Say What?

a weird gas station laughing critterLee Duquette getting hailed upon
Lee Duquette getting hailed upon hail on Lee Duquette's umbrella

Time to drive on the curvy roller coaster roads again. Because there was hardly ever any traffic, this was actually fun.

roller coaster road curvy roller coaster road

A bear along the road.

A bear along the road. A bear along the road.

sign: Northern Rockies

sign: Welcome to Fort Nelson

Triple G Hideaway RV Park

Triple G Hideaway RV Park office

gun handle on the door of the office

Standard campground rules seem to apply here, although the two RV Gypsies did not receive any paperwork from the office. There was and RV was at the back of the campground, which the two RV Gypsies did not use. Wi-Fi did come in at the site of the two RV Gypsies, but it was super slow and unsecured. A few TV stations came in through the campground cable system. The two RV Gypsies got a 30 amp site, full hook-up. The campground had a laundry room, washrooms, restaurant and saloon, but the two RV Gypsies did not use any of those things.

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