Most days were flexible, as our routine would naturally spring into action. On a nice evening, Brent often “manned” the grill while I chopped and diced vegetables picked up from the store or if we had been lucky, a local farmers market.
Mile 0 And Counting On The Alaska Highway
We’ve driven through hundreds of miles of mountain scenery and I’ve yet to get bored. In fact, the more we see the more I want to immerse myself in this spectacular landscape. Good thing because we still have more than a thousand miles to go!
Finally, after an overnight in Wal-Mart, we arrived tired but happy in Dawson Creek, British Columbia. Dawson Creek is where the Alaska Highway begins.
Although we’ve traveled thousands of miles from Key West, Florida to get here, in a strange way it feels like the adventure is just beginning. As we’ll discover in the upcoming days, the Alaska Highway has a way of making each day a new adventure.
We originally planned to stay overnight in Dawson Creek but upon arrival, decided to stay two nights so we could spend a day exploring the town and running some important errands like getting the truck’s oil changed.
Do you have a particular road or route you’ve always wanted to drive? What sort of stories do you like to share around the campfire when you #GoRVing?