Prince George - Days Inn
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... 37 degree C in Prince George. Greeted our by now familiar travelling companions, Jan and David, and settled in to enjoy watching lush gentle farmlands and mixed forests (Aspen and Spruce / pine) roll by. In the afternoon the landscape became more mountainous, passing the Rocky Mountain Trench – with the Rockies to the north and the Caribou Mountains to the south. Much of the journey had the Fraser River or its ...
... assume that the grass that we see growing will be mowed and baled in the not-too-distant future. There weren't a lot of trees through this section of the Province.
At Cache Creek, we turned north on Highway 97, one of the major thoroughfares to Yukon Territories and Alaska. The terrain began changing gradually from agricultural to a mix with a little more forested areas. We did notice that there were areas where the trees ...
... would think we would see some Moose here--but NO MOOSE!!! Finally to my right, my view of the Canadian Rockies is not obstructed by pine trees. Ahead of us is a truck hauling a huge load of pine tree trunks. They certainly do a lot of logging up here. It turns out that the logging trucks are all headed to Prince George where they ...
We made a stop at a very nice rest area with a magnificent view of Mount Robson.
Mount Robson is the highest point in the Canadian Rockies. When we make these stops it is always good to get out and walk around. Having spectacular scenery to view makes it more special. And this was beautiful.
Our destination for the evening was Prince George, ...
On Monday we went kayaking on a nice lake. My exchange student just couldn't believe that we don't have lakes around the corner in Germany. But it was a very nice ending of the holidays.
Yesterday school started again - but this time in English! I have only ...
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