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Prince George

Prince George, British ColumbiaPrince GeorgeBritish ColumbiaThe frosted trees are such a beautiful sight. Visit in the winter for mild temperatures with plenty of snow or in the summer for playtime at the lake!Prince George, British ColumbiaPrince GeorgeBritish ColumbiaRelaxing in a hammock overlooking the city of Prince George BC. #UrbanJungle #BritishColumbia #Canada #ExploreBC #ExploreCanadaVia Rail Station, Prince George, British ColumbiaVia Rail StationPrince George, British ColumbiaSome one put a metal chicken on a stump near me!Fort George Park, Prince George, British ColumbiaFort George ParkPrince George, British ColumbiaThe train is running at Fort George Park. Delightful small gauge (if that&#39;s the correct term) railway.LC Gunn Park, Prince George, British ColumbiaLC Gunn ParkPrince George, British ColumbiaA sunset overlooking the city of Prince George in Northern BC. #UrbanJungle #BritishColumbia #ExploreBC #ExploreCanada #TakeonPG #TheOutboundDowntown, Prince George, British ColumbiaDowntownPrince George, British ColumbiaSimon Fraser Truss BridgePrince George, British ColumbiaPrince GeorgeBritish Columbia<img class='emoji' src='/images/emoji/2744.png' ><img class='emoji' src='/images/emoji/2744.png' ><img class='emoji' src='/images/emoji/2744.png' >Huble Homestead Historic Site, British Columbia, CanadaHuble Homestead Historic SiteBritish Columbia, CanadaJust before the snow came in Northern BC my sister and I went out for some Milky Way photos. It was definitely a good night. #BvSAstro...Harang/dahl Lake Provincial Park, British Columbia, CanadaHarang/dahl Lake Provincial ParkBritish Columbia, CanadaBeautiful and peaceful place for canoeingTeapot Mountain, British Columbia, CanadaTeapot MountainBritish Columbia, CanadaThe hike is pretty hard if you are not used to it but the view is all worth it, brought a tea pot there , there’s so many of them placed around the...Teapot Mountain Recreation Site, British Columbia, CanadaTeapot Mountain Recreation SiteBritish Columbia, CanadaThis creek was perfectly still on this night. Beautiful reflections. #BvSAstro #britishcolumbia #astrophotographyVanderhoof, British ColumbiaVanderhoofBritish ColumbiaWhat a beautiful way to start a dayAncient Forest, British Columbia, CanadaAncient ForestBritish Columbia, CanadaThe Ancient Forest is a relatively new discovery. Situated right off of Hwy 16 about an hour east of Prince George is a hidden gem: The Ancient...Vanderhoof, British ColumbiaVanderhoofBritish ColumbiaWAKE UP!Vanderhoof, British ColumbiaVanderhoofBritish ColumbiaOn our way back to Jasper. Around Vanderhoof. We stayed here for a night, it started to freeze and snow. Great Rec SiteThe Ancient Forest, British Columbia, CanadaThe Ancient ForestBritish Columbia, CanadaProvincial Park that was started by individual volunteers who wanted to protect and save these ancient cedars. The largest in the park is 16 feet...Pinnacles Provincial Park, British Columbia, CanadaPinnacles Provincial ParkBritish Columbia, CanadaPinnacles Provincial Park protects a very unique formation of hoodoos. These hoodoos began their formation 12 million years ago, when molten lava...Quesnel Fraser River foot bridge, Quesnel, British ColumbiaQuesnel Fraser River foot bridgeQuesnel, British ColumbiaThe Old Fraser River Bridge is the longest wooden truss walking bridge in the world (832 ft.) (September 2019) #TrovemberDistrict of Fort St. James Municipal Office, Fort St. James, British ColumbiaDistrict of Fort St. James Municipal OfficeFort St. James, British ColumbiaFort St. James NHS is pretty beautiful! Stay here for a night in the interpretive B&amp;B and have interpreters make you yummy breakfast in the...Wells General Store, Wells, British ColumbiaWells General StoreWells, British ColumbiaThe old restored town of Wells, BC; full of art galleries dirt roads and community buildings. It also has a great old hotel in historic district of...
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