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Mr. PG a roadside attraction in Prince George, British Columbia, Canada.

Mr. PG in Prince George, British Columbia

Canadians love their roadside attractions (I’d venture to guess they love them even more so than Americans). A few years back Canada even released a set of postage stamps commemorating some of their favorites. Amongst those honored was Mr. PG. This giant wooden man with a big log...

Bear Glacier in Steart, British Columbia, Canada

Bear Glacier in Stewart, British Columbia

A must stop if you’ve visiting Stewart, British Colombia or taking a road trip to Hyder, Alaska, is Bear Glacier. Now, I know this website is called “Silly America” and this is neither a silly site nor in “America” (although Canada is in North...

Canadian Road Trip: Crossing back into the U.S.

Canadian Road Trip: Crossing back into the U.S.

Sunday, June 28, 2009     Woke up in Prince George. Headed home. And by home I mean the U.S., but not home home. Saw more awesome sites on our Canadian Road Trip, such as a town called Williams Lake that was having their annual stampede! We drove and drove and drove some more...

Visiting Stewart, British Colombia, Canada.

Visiting Stewart, British Colombia & Alaska

We woke up pretty early and hit the road…Most of the pit stops of the day were to take photos of signs pointing to our main destination of the trip: Hyder, Alaska. Yes, yes, you can drive from Seattle to Alaska. Hyder is a small little town on the Canadian/British Columbian border...