This is part of a series that started with the post called “Roads – then and now (May 14)”. Each post in the series will describe each day what we had hoped to do on our ‘cancelled due to Covid-29’ trip to the Arctic Ocean in 2020 AND what we did do on our Cross-Canada trip in 2019.
Once we leave Prince George, there will be a stretch where we will really be ‘winging it’. We have mapped out any potential places to stop at but we have no specific plans. For example: Huble Homestead Site; Chetwyn Chainsaw Carvings; WAC Bennett Dam and Site C Viewpoint. The latter two places don’t really interest me but we aim to please everyone. I, for one, will be willing to support any of the protests the people may be engaged in while trying to protect their communities that we might encounter.
We left Elliot Park with plenty of time to enjoy a showing of ‘Othello’ at the Stratford Theatre. While it was very enjoyable and well worth the stop, it didn’t compare with the experience we had at the Globe Theatre in London. But then, you wouldn’t expect it to.
Not able to find an ‘ideal’ place to stay, we ended up staying in the parking lot of ONroute near Cambridge. While there was no scenery, at least our camper kept the noise out and we had a comfortable night. Although not the greatest — it turned out not to be the worst either.