Well I have been in Prince George now for over 24 hours, but lets review the first leg of my Social Media Camp Victoria 2011 Roadtrip or better known as #SMCV11RoadTrip.
The drive isn’t all that exciting, especially if you drive it continuously, but this was only my second time driving this highway and the first time was going in the other direction. I started off by heading south out of Fort St John, but quickly jumped onto the Braden Road, which I might add was still quite dusty. The Braden Road took me to Highway 97 in the west bound direction.
I stopped in Chetwynd, BC for lunch and a break. Chetwynd is best known for their Chainsaw Carvings, no? I’m really not sure. It was a good break and as I was trying to take my time on this stretch of the trip, I sat in the visitor centre parking lot watching people pass by on the highway.
The drive between Chetwynd and Prince George is known as the Pine Pass. It known to be a beautiful drive and also a narrow one. I didn’t find it all that narrow, there again I have traveled the highway from Banff to Chilliwack a couple time and I find some of those roads nuts.
I didn’t see any wildlife and the sun stayed out for my entire drive. Take a look at some of the photos I got along the way.
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