Photos: Canadian Rangers Patrol Group visits FSJ

The Canadian Rangers Patrol Group spent the weekend in Fort St. John, during a break from a trip that will see 35 Rangers snowmobile from Kitimat, BC to Churchill, Manitoba.

They arrived in Fort St. John not by snowmobile but by bus after the trip from Powder King to Fort St. John was cut short, because of the lack of snow.  The following photos were submitted thanks to Dan Davies.

35 snowmobiles lined up and ready to head out on the next phase of their journey to Churchill, MB.  They were all quite happy with the snow this morning! (Believe it or not).

Rangers unload the bus this morning in a snow storm at Baldonnel

Linda Nielsen, president of the legion, receiving a thank you plaque from Major Tim Beyers, the Commanding Officer of the 4th Canadian Ranger Patrol Group

Two Rangers relaxing on their cots at the North Peace High School Gym.

Maryanne Wettloufer, of Masset, BC, Port Clements Ranger Patrol, talking with Fort St. John Cadet Riley Buck at the Legion Ranger welcome and open house.

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