1 Bear (see photo below)
1 Bald Eagle (I’m too slow)
We arrived in Prince Rupert about 9 p.m., very anxious after 800km of driving to spend the night at the cool little inn that I booked. Unfortunately, the closest we got to our room was down the block. A natural gas leak meant that the road was closed off and the entire city block had been evacuated. That was about the time that Georgia peed her pants. I too wanted to pee my pants! Poor kids and poor parents who have to waste precious vacation time dismantling and laundering the carseat.
SO disappointed … but, what can you do? (Disappointed about the accommodations not the PEE).
Well actually I can wait. Prince Rupert looks fantastic. The scenery is breath taking and it’s full of funky little shops, historic buildings. Tomorrow should be a fun day. NO CAR!
Here are some highlights from today’s trip.
Great scenery in Moricetown.
Totem at the ‘Ksan Heritage Village in Hazelton.