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Travel Blogs from Prince George
... we have a tail wind and he is getting 13 mpg. This sure beats the 8.5 mpg he was getting in South Dakota!!! Our friends in the RV club tell us we are not hauling an RV. We are hauling a house. I told Joe that when this trip is over, he can always get a job as a truck driver if he has an itch to return to work. He said No Thanks. We just passed a swampy area that looks like an ideal place for a moose
-but we still didn't see one. Wonder if I will see an actual ...
... Yarrow was on a bigger bush--these seem to be more single stems. Of course, looking at these in the light in the RV isn't the best way to look at flowers! There were fields of what we call mustard; that's not too unusual. However, there were others that had a yellow daisy (Salsify ?) growing profusely in them, while others had a little white daisy type flower. I'm unable to find it tonight either. ...
Distance Traveled Today: 630 km
Total distance traveled: Passed the 7000km driving mark; doesn't include miles by ferry;
Fuel prices: $1.26/L diesel is finally cheaper than gas here
Weather: light rain in morning, hot and sunny around noon, showers in afternoon
Wildlife sightings: 1 deer
Roadkill observed (identifiable corpses only):
Most viewed item of the day: logging trucks
Packed up camp in light rain and on the ...
... Bear Lake for a picnic. it is a very nice, little lake outside of Prince George and on our way I even saw an eagle sitting on a sign. My first eagle since a long time! After our little picnic we went for a short walk around the lake. Back at home I did some homework and now I'm going to bed very soon because I always go to bed too ...
... see the power of the Overlander Falls is enjoyed. Here the Fraser River plunges over a rock edge into a large pool with a cascading effect. The roar of the falls is certainly heard as we wander through the woodland path down to the river.
A couple of kms down the road we stop at the main attraction, Mount Robson itself and are blessed with a clear view of it's peak (which is apparently a rare thing). Armed with maps and loads of information from the very enthusiastic ...