Alasaka Bound

  • Hi Guest, you may choose a LIGHT or DARK theme that works best for you with the "Style Chooser" button at the bottom left on this page!

Stickman

Rank VI
Member

Enthusiast II

2,910
Eads, TN
First Name
Craig
Last Name
Treanor
Member #

12494

Ham Callsign
KN4FBH
Hey Terry. Where are you on your adventure?

We got seriously lost coming back through Utah. Tried the Rim Rocker trail between Moab and Colorado. Finally found a main road. Now in Montrose, CO. Headed to Yankee Boy Basin in the morning.

Be safe and make memories
 

Terry Pickens

Rank VI
Member

Advocate I

4,327
Vancouver, WA
First Name
Terry
Last Name
Pickens
Member #

3062

Hey Terry. Where are you on your adventure?

We got seriously lost coming back through Utah. Tried the Rim Rocker trail between Moab and Colorado. Finally found a main road. Now in Montrose, CO. Headed to Yankee Boy Basin in the morning.

Be safe and make memories
Will he leaving on the 21st. Getting excited. Still so much to gather. Hope to hit decent weather up there.
 
  • Like
Reactions: Stickman

Terry Pickens

Rank VI
Member

Advocate I

4,327
Vancouver, WA
First Name
Terry
Last Name
Pickens
Member #

3062

OK everyone back from the adventure. It was utterly fantastic up there. To me a must go to place.
I'll be posting photos of the trip by each day for awhile. Cleanup of gear and rig has been fun. Your rig will get muddy/dirty up there.

First day was to get across the border and really the start of the fun. Got to a Provincial Park named Goldpan and camped right along the river. Not bad for $12 Canadian. The only downside was the train tracks that ran right across the road from camp.
UNADJUSTEDNONRAW_thumb_44a.jpg
UNADJUSTEDNONRAW_thumb_448.jpg
2 photos above taken by Heather Berge.
UNADJUSTEDNONRAW_thumb_441.jpg

UNADJUSTEDNONRAW_thumb_431.jpg
 
Last edited:

Terry Pickens

Rank VI
Member

Advocate I

4,327
Vancouver, WA
First Name
Terry
Last Name
Pickens
Member #

3062

Day 2 started off early. Headed through Prince George then along the beautiful John Hart Highway, Canada 97, stopping at the oldest home in the region, the Huble Homestead Historic Park. The house is a typical Ontario farmhouse built in 1911. Also the park consists of a General Store, Post Office and Blacksmiths Shop. Got there just as they were closing but had 15 minutes to look around quickly in the house and barn.
Finished the drive at Crooked River Provincial Park for the night and enjoyed a beautiful sunset over the lake. This is another $12 Canadian camp site.
UNADJUSTEDNONRAW_thumb_42b.jpg
Above photo taken by Heather Berge.
UNADJUSTEDNONRAW_thumb_41d.jpg

UNADJUSTEDNONRAW_thumb_425.jpg
UNADJUSTEDNONRAW_thumb_408.jpg

UNADJUSTEDNONRAW_thumb_41e.jpg
Above photo taken by Heather Berge.
UNADJUSTEDNONRAW_thumb_402.jpg
 
Last edited: