British Columbia's northern interior mountain ranges are home to unique inland wet-temperate rainforests. The Ancient Forest located east of Prince George is one of my favorite places to hike! #Travel #BC

British Columbia's northern interior mountain ranges are home to unique inland wet-temperate rainforests. The Ancient Forest located east of Prince George is one of my favorite places to hike!

Prince George, BC

Prince George, BC - When Alan was in Prince George, Alan was working in the cook house and serving the men in the camp.

a lone tree on a rock cliff overlooking George Lake at Killarney Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.

Hiked this last year, beautiful park and scenery. We stood on this peak. a lone tree on a rock cliff overlooking George Lake at Killarney Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.

5 reasons to visit Prince George, British Columbia  Lots to do, places to see, and great friendly people live there.  If you do go, try to enter the city from the Airport hill--the first impression of the city will stay with you because of the great view.  ♥♥♥

5 reasons to visit Prince George, British Columbia

5 reasons to visit Prince George, British Columbia Lots to do, places to see, and great friendly people live there. If you do go, try to enter the city from the Airport hill--the first impression of the city will stay with you because of the great view. ♥♥♥

Aurora Reflections - Prince George BC, by Northern Pixel Photography

Auroras and Moonrise – Prince George BC

Aurora Reflections - Prince George BC, by Northern Pixel Photography

Mr. PG was first constructed in 1960 as a symbol of the importance of the forest industry to Prince George. That year he took part in the Prince George May Day parade and could speak and bow. In 1961 he was entered in the Kelowna Regatta and the Vancouver PNE Parade and also traveled to Smithers. Two years later, he entered the 1963 Grey Cup parade.

Mr. PG was first constructed in 1960 as a symbol of the importance of the forest industry to Prince George. That year he took part in the Prince George May Day parade and could speak and bow. In 1961 he was entered in the Kelowna Regatta and the Vancouver PNE Parade and also traveled to Smithers. Two years later, he entered the 1963 Grey Cup parade.

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