When October arrives in the north, I’ve said my goodbyes to summer and am ready and waiting for fall to arrive with its usual burst of colour and crisp, clean air. Prince George is a city that celebrates four distinct seasons and this year has been no exception with fall’s flourish of red, yellow and orange foliage and deep blue skies on most days.
The prospect of settling into the river eight hours away from being able to get out again was slightly intimidating, but the idea of “being one” with my pontoon boat, far away from any town and simply drifting with the flowing water was too good to pass up. Read more on the Explore BC blog from Destination BC…
Ontario may have its Cottage Country and Great Lakes, but BC has cabin country and great lakes! Cluculz Lake, about 45 minutes west of Prince George, near the small town of Vanderhoof, is definitely one of those great cabin country lakes.
My latest post on Destination BC’s Explore BC blog is up – and it’s delicious! Check out the best patios in Prince George!
My second post is live on the Explore BC blog from Destination BC! My husband and I recently went on a day hike to Raven Lake in the Sugarbowl-Grizzly Den Provincial Park, about 95 km east of Prince George. It was cloudy and a bit rainy, but a lovely hike nonetheless.
Read about our hike here, on Explore BC: http://blog.hellobc.com/hiking-raven-lake/.