Pomeroy Inn & Suites
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I'm so used to thinking, "Chainsaw carving? Big deal." I've never been impressed with this art form until now! There is a huge difference between a crafter and an artist, the town of Chetwynd is where you can see the work of master chainsaw carvers on display throughout town. They have an annual contest and I hope to see it one day.
We only had time to see, ...
... lined with the winning entries from several years, 146 in total. Amazing creations, mostly about 4-5 feet in height, many mythical but also a huge crab, the inevitable bears, snakes, wood choppers, a turtle, and lots more. We felt they may have been started by a chainsaw, but the intricacy certainly suggests some hand carving.
Drove on to camp in another lovely pine forest at Heart ...
Chetwynd, an artist's destination! Apparently the location of an international chainsaw competition, there are a LOT of chainsaw carvings displayed throughout town! We got here late and had to leave early, so we decided we would roam on the trip back and take pictures then. We did manage to get some Tim Hortons (think Dunkin Donuts of the Great White ...
We spent the next night in Quesnel, BC and then at Chetwynd, headed up route 29 to Moberly Lake to camp for the night. Along the way we had lunch at a gorgeous lake and our first (and only - so far) grizzly sighting along the side of the road. Thank goodness I had my new camera to get some good pictures!
It was a beautiful ...
Onwards from PG through Chetwynd. We didn't actually stop there, but it seems like a cute town with lots of public art, large statues and wood carvings visible from highway 97. We grabbed a late lunch at Windy Point Inn in McLeod Lake.
Andrew is fascinated by energy. He studied physics in ...