Since the weather has turned colder and the rain has started rather that riding i though that it was time that i stared to post some of the summer rides through the Caribou Country of South Central BC. So instead of spending the night in Prince George and leaving in the morning off i go. For those of you that have traveled north to Alaska you would likely be familiar with Prince George, however instead of riding back down south via the highway and fighting with the cages and the local constabulary I headed off down the gravel routes south. First part of the the ride is down the Blackwater forestry road, a high speed gravel run, that takes one through a variety of terrain and a variety of wildlife. Along the way you pass through the Grease trail and the telegraph trail both part of BC history. But the Grease Trail will have to wait for the next ride Although, I have yet to see any caribou on the numerous rides that I have taken though this country I can attest to the fact that there is a health number of black bears along the route, having narrowly missed and mom a two cubs as the crossed the road. No time for pictures as they were well gone by the time I gathered myself together after that close call. Off we go again across the mighty Fraser river and into the town of Quesnel time to get fuel and head further south. The ride was pretty uneventful from Quesnel to Williams lake and it was getting latter in the day so no time for pictures.