Fort Nelson, British Columbia
We left the campground at 9:15 and arrived in Ft. Nelson, British Columbia around noon.
We toured this museum and watched another documentary of the 1942 building of the Alaskan Highway which forever changed this part of Canada.
Can you guess what kind of pan this is (in the oven)?
It’s a pan for baking bread—with the slices already marked
This is the bathroom of a house built in 1943 and used by the Hudson Bay Trading Company. It was the first home to have inside plumbing—sort of!
Check out that fancy kitchen faucet!
Can you find the toy that doesn’t belong to this era???
Very nice sports complex across from campground that is available for use
Since we are living in our motorhome for three months during this journey, I decided to share some inside shots of our very comfortable space.
- We drove 120 miles in the motorhome today for a trip total of 4,697 total mileage.
- Gas was $4.06 per gallon ( $1.429 CAN per liter) - ($1,529 so far for both vehicles) We are experiencing a favorable exchange rate between the US Dollar and the Canadian dollar at approximately. 1 Canadian dollar = .75 USD.
- Tonight we are staying at the Triple G Rv Park in Ft. Nelson, BC for 33.89 USD ($45.00 CAN) Our campground total is 795.02 USD for an average cost of $29.45 a night.