Sunday, June 4, 2017

A National Historic Site

North Pacific Cannery National Historic Site, the oldest intact salmon cannery along North America's west coast.

In the morning we took a VERY interesting 90 minute tour of the North Pacific Cannery. Our guide was excellent.
Our drive back to Terrace was better weather-wise as only a few showers,  clouds higher, no fog. We could see the mountain tops.

In Terrace, we got ready for our next leg of trip, into the more remote northern interior of B.C.. We topped up the  gas and propane tank, stocked up on groceries. The fridge and freezer now full.
 We stopped for the day at the Copper River Motel with 3  rv sites  just east of Terrace. The only cg in Port Edward wasn’t  very nice.

We spotted this motel/rv park on the way in Friday . It wasn’t in any cg directories or tourist lit. Much nicer than the Duck Motel. Our site overlooks the Skeena River with view of mts. out front windshield.
our view
Just a few showers yesterday. I've decided p.o.p. does not mean possibility of precipitation here. It stands for percentage of day with precipitation. Yesterday was 80%, down from 90%. But hey, still no bugs!

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