An historic cairn identifies mile 300 of the Alaska Highway and is a tribute to those who worked on the highway. There is also a sign marking the 75th anniversary of the highway this year.It was a cloudy 9º when we left the campground shortly after 9:00 as many rigs from the caravan were also pulling out.
e surprised that we still climbed to over 3,000 ft. in elevation at times.
Although we were warned, we saw no wildlife. We did pass the first accident of this trip, remarkable when you consider how far we have travelled.
We stopped in Fort St. John at a Walmart to buy more groceries for the next week. We didn't like the look of the campgrounds so continued to Dawson Creek to Northern Lights RV Park, a Good Sam campground. We have full hook-ups, cable t.v. and Wi-Fi. What a treat after days of roughing it, so-to-speak. We motored 439 km. The rain had ended; it was only 10º. Jean was feeling better and had managed to take a couple hundred pictures.