Prince George to Vancouver

Still lots of driving and a little riding. Hopefully I'll find more time to write soon. I found a little crust biking outside of Quesnel. I have a feeling this will be the last I see of snow for a while.

The hills of central BC. Looks a lot like central Oregon.

Geo's first taste of spring along the Fraser River.

"Road biking" near the Vancouver airport with Jenn, one of my Whitehorse friends who now lives in the big city.

Dike trail with Ben. It was an amazingly nice day in Vancouver. What can I say? Canada loves me. Hopefully the weather will hold as we drop into the States.


  1. Hey Jill,

    Carry some of that sun on down to Portland, will you?

  2. Of course Canada loves you! We know quality when we see it. Love your blog!

  3. Canada definitely loves you... After those nice, clear days it snowed three inches the next morning after you left.

    Better weather now though, rode in shorts and short sleeves today.

  4. Anonymous9:24 PM

    there's still plenty o' snowbiking to be had in utah. head up lcc for a sweet 150+ inch base - and alta's closed now, so you can do whatever you want there. can't wait to see you!

  5. Anonymous9:26 PM

    that was jen by the way

  6. Looks like Jen(n)'s riding with a SKS P-45 fender on the rear wheel only. The chick has moxie!!!

  7. Wow! This blog is amazing! I'll be tracking it!

  8. Viel nice photos,you are cool:-)

  9. You are cool,viel nice photos

  10. Honestly, I go away for a while and you travel so far! Nice to see some of my old stomping ground on there.


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