Canadas Best Value Inn Prince George
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Although it was my last day in PG today, it was a great day!
We went on a beautiful lake, had a great picnic and went kayaking.
Although it was pretty fresh Kora and I couldn't resist jumping off the kayak to go for a little swim.
As you can all imagine this was a great ending of a great time in Prince George!
Although I'm gone miss my Canadian ...
... guard plus in English terms) with lots of stories and information about landmarks and events on the journey. Strange though, it's mainly a single-track line and freight takes precedence over passenger. So, we have to sit in sidings (as we are now) until the two-mile long freight train goes past. No timetable, freight trains run as and when the containers are ready to be moved. Prince Rupert is expanding its container business like crazy as Canadian train (one ...
... never greater than 20! Apparently on the next leg there will be 'just the two of us'.
We started the journey going along the Bay then following the river. There is a great rise and fall in the tides and the tides go 40ks up the Skeena River. Along the banks were remnants of the old salmon canneries. The port of Prince Rupert is very busy as it is the closest port to China and the goods come in and are trained across Canada ...
We left at 10 am on a rainy day. Nothing was open yet so we drove right through town. Prince Rupert looked like a nice small town. There was a Costco, Shoppers Drug Mart and Walmart. Houses were much nicer with less junk and it was worth at least a day or two but we went speeding along finally on the way home. We followed the ...
... her pet squirrels and ravens . . . so they will be on their own now. As we started to leave the Pine Bungalows for the last time, I usually wear the camera around my neck . . . so I don't lose or forget it . . . but when we need to be 'at the ready' I have it in the seat or with Carol . . . I told Carol I had better give it to her . . . just in case some larger animals show up to say to goodbye!
We we no sooner pull across the highway to head into ...