Two RV Gypsies: Full-Time RVers

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Driving through British Columbia after leaving Alaska
August 2009
not sure where some of these were taken - but it is very pretty scenery
driving scenery - a waterfall
driving scenery
driving scenery - a river
driving scenery - a river
driving scenery - a river
sign - Avalanche Area - Year round
Below: Poles were often surrounded by big piles of rocks - for stability.
a pole and rocks
Views of Bear Glacier on the Stewart, BC-Hyder, AK Access Road
driving scenery - a glacier
glacier
glacier
glacier
glacier
glacier
river
The Stewart, BC-Hyder, AK Access Road
directional signs
directional signs
a river
a river
a river
sign about kids on the highway
great scenery
great scenery
great scenery
Below - A quick drive through Smithers, B.C.
sign - welcome to Smithers
a statue
a statue
a bear statue
flags in the city
another statue
The two RV Gypsies stopped at Riverside Golf and R.V. Park for the evening. Lee was not feeling well, so he did not get to use the golf driving range. It was just an evening of rest, before traveling again the next day. Karen bought food from the restaurant to the RV, and it was NOT good. The soup was cold; the chicken in the salad was heavily breaded, over-cooked, and dried out - tasted more like croutons than chicken. The RV spaces were tight, no cable, no sewer, no internet, no TV. They were assigned to space #20, but there was no such space, so they parked in space #21, which was beside space #19.
sign - Riverside RV Park
driving range at the park
Below - a quick drive through more places in B.C.
sign - Telkwa
sign - chain up area
sign - welcome to Madonia Forest District
check out the curvy roller coaster road
 
sign - welcome to Burn's Lake
Hanging flower basket
Hanging flower basket
Hanging flower baskets were everywhere - and even the car below was decorated with flowers.
car covered with flowers
The lunch stop for the two RV Gypsies - this scenery beats any restaurant
lunch stop by a lake
lunch stop by a lake
a memorial
memorial sign
A quick drive through Vanderhoof - The Geographical Centre of B.C.
sign - welcome to Vanderhoof BC
flags - welcome to Vanderhoof BC
sign - welcome to Vanderhoof BC
Karen Duquette and a sign - welcome to Vanderhoof BC
sign - have a safe trip
sign - have a safe trip
Below - A quick drive through Prince George - does BC have 2 capitals????
sign - welcome to Prince George
bridge and river
a wooden man
gateway sign
flag
rainbow
rainbow
rainbow

FYI: Hope this doesn't confuse anyone, but actually, the two RV Gypsies went from here into Stewart, BC where they parked their RV in a campground and drove their toad into nearby Hyder, Alaska to see the bears. But those pages were shown earlier on this site because it didn't make sense to put Stewart up before Hyder. Anyway, since you must have already viewed both Hyder Alaska and Stewart, BC so please continue on to:

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