Turn over a new leaf with UNBC Continuing Studies Okay, so it has basically become common knowledge that UNBC is Canada’s Green University, and we are darn proud of it! But, what you may not know is that UNBC’s very own Continuing Studies department is also spreading environmental awareness and sustainability through their new online programming. Not only does UNBC … Read More
Have you come upon a Boneyard! Don’t miss a chance to see this amazing site on the UNBC Ghost Towns tour. This site still holds hundreds of skulls and bones from over 100 years ago when the local Butcher George Frizzell would bring in live cows to butcher in his shop which was situated on a wharf over the Skeena … Read More
If you have a passion for visiting cemeteries and especially remote, overgrown, seldom visited then our ghost towns trip is for you. We will be visiting the Port Essington and Anyox Cemeteries. Both of these are so remote and seldom visited that it is a bit of a challenge to even find the sites and when we do the moss … Read More
The last and final day we visited the old Salmon Cannery town of Port Essington and then finished it off with a soothing soak in a remote hotspring. We also do this same day on our Ghost Towns of Northwest BC tour. The highlight was a bushwack to the Port Essington Cemetery. I would also like to thank tour guest … Read More
We had another great day on the river. We focused on the Skeena River east of Terrace. Our destination was Kitselas Canyon and home of the Kitselas First Nation. The river was high which made for a tremendous amount of water surging through the narrow canyon. I think everyone’s heart was pounding as we powered and rolled over the the … Read More
We had a magnificent day jetboating up the Kasiks River. The sun was shining and the waterfalls were cascading down around each corner. Here are a few photos from the day.
Here is an update from sunny Kitimat, BC and the beautiful Minette Bay Lodge as this was our home for two nights to start the trip. Today our adventurous group headed out on some bumpy ocean seas in search of remote Grizzly Bears. We did manage to see a couple of bears. Here are a few photos from the day. … Read More
There is nothing like cruising up a remote river or or to an ocean estuary. The Skeena region of BC is one the last untouched areas where there are untouched river valleys with no roads or development. The odds of seeing other boats or people is very low on some of the days. I thought I would put in a … Read More
Enroute to our coastal estuaries we will photograph the marine life that is around. Here are a couple of photos of seals and marine birds.