Businesses on Hwy 97 from Ashcroft to Quesnel are welcome to provide deals and discounts for classic car enthusiasts to encourage them to visit your business from July 8 to 15. Those offers will be posted for free, here, and automatically e-mailed to car enthusiasts who have signed up for updates. What sort of deals? Well, accommodation, eateries, local retail shops and auto shops come to mind. If you are a business that wants to participate, click on “Let’s Make a Deal“.
Special Offer Description: Wildfire Cruisers! Park your ride here for 15% off (excludes alcohol), at 12415 Barkerville Hwy, Wells, BC, on the road to Barkerville east of Quesnel on Hwy 26.
Click here to visit their Facebook page, with lots of great pictures of terrific foods. I’m just sorry that Wildfire Recovery Cruise week misses Tiki Tiki Tiki Tiki! Tiki Night! on June 5 and Happee Birthdea Harry Potter! on July 31!
Special Offer Description: Our ’70 GTO Judge Special Offer!
From July 8 – July 15, 2018 we will give 20% off of rooms/cabins on beautiful Green Lake available during that time. Reservations required and some restrictions may apply. 250-644-4242. Click here for the web site. Experience all of the hospitality and comfort of a Pioneer log home (Timber Kings) 10 km. east of 70 Mile House at beautiful emerald Green Lake BC, just off the N. Bonaparte Rd.
Special Offer Description: Shop on-line like normal, then at the check out pick “Pay at Retail Store” or “Pay in Person”. We’ll pull your order and prep it for pick-up. When you pick-up / pay 10% will come off you pretax total. If there is another sale running you get both deals! Click here for the web site. Wildfire Cruisers! Show us your “sweet” ride and we’ll pay the tax on any fudge or popcorn you buy from our Sweet Spot.
You’ll find us at 61-111 Chartrand Ave. Logan Lake, BC Wildfire Cruisers! Think about following the “road less travelled” on your way in or out of the Wildfire Recovery Cruise. Circle routes and byways are better than highways!
Tina writes, “Logan Lake was hit with the loss of tourism (in 2017) but we weren’t evacuated, so we don’t qualify for government help. I hope you are sharing this idea with other clubs. Even if they only stop for gas and meals it’s a big help to the local communities. In past years when the Harley ride comes through, the restaurant they stop at gets a huge boost, which in turn helps the town.”
Yes! The Cariboo loves classic vehicles. And they’re showing and shining it at the 1st Annual Likely Show and Shine on the Quesnel River near Quesnel Lake, a community 88 km. north of 150 Mile House, east of Hwy. 97, on Sunday July 8 from 10 to 2. Turn out to support the Likely and District Volunteer Fire & Rescue Society. Click here for the invitation letter (pdf). Click here for the poster (docx) and Click here for the pre-registration form (docx). On the way back, consider taking the paved Mountain House Rd. about 15 km. north of 150 Mile House, and then the W. Coast Rd. to return to Hwy 97 about 15 km. north of Williams Lake. New roads, new adventures!
Special Offer Description: Visit the Chris Harris Gallery to enjoy the work of one of Canada’s most respected wilderness photographers; celebrating the splendour of the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast. Chris, and partner Rita, are currently working and touring to present a message of beauty and resiliency in the wake of last year’s fire season. When you visit the gallery you will experience photographic art in a world-class gallery setting; you can view short-film presentations of Chris’ imagery set to original music by Ken Marshall; purchase Chris’ unique books on the region that astound, in imagery and information. This is a not-to-be-missed experience. Click here to visit the web site. Head 8.5 km. north of 100 Mile House on Hwy 97 and then 1.5 km. east to 5577 Back Valley Rd.
Just 2 short kilometers from Hwy 97 between 150 Mile House and Williams Lake, come and visit the Rusty Bucket full of gifts, crafts, home decor items, housewares and jewellery at 293 Likely Road. Show Rena your ride for a 10% discount to all Wildfire Cruisers! Click here to visit their Facebook page. Or click here to visit their Love Williams Lake business page to see many pictures of their fine wares. The Rusty Bucket had its own flirtation with danger last year…
Here’s a great overnight stop on your way to or from the Wildfire Cruise Rendezvous. This Historic Home Accommodation: Sunny Nature Getaway is a 1 bedroom guest house in Spences Bridge. It was an original James Tait writing cabin, stage coach stop and RR ticket office. Click here for more info and pics and to book via www.airbnb.ca State in your booking request you are on the Wildfire Cruise and receive a 20% discount. Good parking. Pet friendly. Can accommodate 3 people but 1 or 2 people is more comfortable. Cafe up the street has great breakfasts and Pub is awesome atmosphere noon to 11pm.