Sandman Signature Hotel & Suites Prince George
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... I was on a bike and it wasn't! I found 2 higher gears, summoned some strength in the legs and put the foot to the pedal. I didn't look back, not even when I heard a car horn from behind. I eventually looked back after about a 100 metres and saw a car but no bear. The car came up level with me and the guy said that the bear had taken several steps in my direction and then veered off when he blew his horn.
There was no thought of a ...
... for a farewell dinner party. The food was excellent. After dessert, each traveler recited their most memorable experience(s) along the incredible journey. It was a fun and emotional evening.
Saturday, September 6th - Prince George BC - Day 61 and Final Day of Caraven
Our leaders served a hearty, continental breakfast from 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM for final farewells and hugs. ...
... and very, very few mosquitoes. I look forward to being able to sit outside and to hike. I think I'm going to like it here. My bedroom had a huge grizzly bearskin on it. Carla did remove it. Also there's a stuffed mountain goat head (I think), not to mention stacks and stacks of bullets, etc. Carla's boyfriend, Lief, is a guide and ...
... interesting how much more you can see and enjoy when driving at 55 rather than 65. First was the town of Chetwynd. There they have the world chainsaw carving championships, actually taking place this weekend. I had to stop to take pictures of some of the past works. What skill and artistry. It was a beautiful sunny day, driving through the Pine River Valley with Mountains on both sides, snow still on the tops. There ...
There are five days left before I leave on the International Visitor Leadership Program and the preparations are kicking into high gear.
I'm tackling the purchase of locally made gifts to bring with me to give to my program guide/interpreter and to the families that I will stay with during 'hospitality' visits throughout my trip. What Canadian, local items would be valued, appreciated, and not too predictable? I love Prince George ...