Hello! Thanks for your interest on our adventures! I’m Linda and my husband is Bill. We’ve had so much fun that I wanted to have a place to document and share our stories. We like to have a good time and we don’t take life too seriously. Life is what you make of it. We’ve had challenges and triumphs. But through it all, we remember what is truly important…each other. Oh, yes, we do fight like every other couple! Not with fists, of course (except in mind and I’m winning). But life would be boring if we agreed on everything. I like to think we compliment one another. Bill is a doer and I’m a planner (although thinking is getting harder and harder these days). In addition to being relatively lazy, I call myself the marketing and risk manager while Bill (not at all lazy) is our maintenance and financial officer (this explains why his hair is thinning).
Before getting to our adventures, take a look below if you’re interested in where we Roost:
We are a unique motel in a quiet but culturally rich and scenic village called New Hazelton, BC, Canada. Situated amidst the towering Roche de Boule mountains in northwestern British Columbia, the Hazeltons’ consist of several small villages, making up a total population of about 5,000 people. The mountains, rivers, and lakes offer spectacular hiking trails, swimming, boating, and world-class fishing. The Hazeltons’ provide an excellent destination for historical and culturally-rich tours.
New Hazelton is on Highway 16, about 40 kilometers east of the Stewart-Cassiar Junction (Highway #37 North).
The Robber’s Roost Motel is on the east side of New Hazelton, one half block north on Laurier Street and across from Allen Park.
Bill & I enjoy meeting and getting to know our guests and we invite them to make themselves at home, enjoy the garden or barbeques. We’ll point you to the right direction for access to hiking trails and restaurants, all within easy walking distance of the motel. At the end of the day, a beverage on the veranda will help to wind you down for a relaxing evening!