queen's highway

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queen's highway

n
1. (Law) (in Britain when the sovereign is female) any public road or right of way
2. (Law) (in Canada) a main road maintained by the provincial government
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Two of his CDs are still available from Cariboo Road Music: Where the Fraser River Flows and Other Songs of the Pacific Northwest and Phil Thomas and Friends Live at Folklife Expo 86.
Determinedly iconoclastic, Canada's oldest guest ranch doesn't advertise and won't put up signs on Highway 97 (the old Cariboo Road).
Painter Edward Roper provides a rare glimpse of A Prairie Schooner on the Cariboo Road and a nostalgic view of Yoho National Park's long-gone Mount Stephen House.
When Victoria photographer Frederick Daily encountered the Barnard's Express wagon at the Great Bluff on his way to the gold fields of the British Columbia interior in the summer of 1867 or 1868, the mule team was hatted and the brakes, visible under the animals' feet, were set to enable this now classic view of freight traffic on the Cariboo Road. Such outdoor photography was a slow process, requiring time-consuming procedures both before and after exposure.
You have got to be aware of the hazards and be properly equipped to successfully handle driving the Cariboo roads, especially in the fall and winter, particularly in the dark.