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De fotoreeks met wildlife is uitgebreid met herten die naast de highway liepen. De tijd om nog even door te rijden, 2x een U-turn te maken en ze zaten al bijna terug in de bossen. Toch nog net te pakken gekregen.
Maar de mooiste catch waren de twee Mounties in Baskerville. Heel beleefd gevraagd of ik een foto mocht nemen. Wat had je gedacht? …
about 9 hrs driving today.
Tired, shocked its so far.
Nice hotel, ray says too nice, but he likes it.
... Bowron, Nechalsa, Kelkwa, Bulkley) alongside; it is the longest river in BC, joining with the Skeena River’ and travelling 1,300 kms to the Pacific ocean.
Fortunate to have clear, sunny views of Mount Robson, highest mountain in Canadian Rockies – apparently only seen around 7-14 days per year, ordinarily covered in clouds. Indian name for the mountain is Yu-hui-las-hun i.e. ‘Mountain of the ...
... and we assume this is more evidence of that beetle that has been killing trees in the west. The hills remain hills, not steep mountains on either side of the Fraser River and/or its tributaries.
We reached Lac La Hache about 6:45 last night--making the destination we had hoped to make on Sunday. The LLH Provincial Park had huge sites, and we were totally alone in our area. This meant that we could run the generator for a ...
... processing plant. Now it is starting to rain. Heavy clouds now block my view of the Rockies. We are staying in Prince George for two nights. We are not doing any sightseeing, as we are both tired of all the driving and running around seeing things. The next day we just stay around the RV, doing nothing!!! Thursday we head to Dawson Creek ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRamada Prince George
very nice, views breathtaking.
lots of homeless around.
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