A convoy of military vehicles will rumble down Prince George streets tomorrow morning, but don't be alarmed - the city isn't being occupied.
About half-dozen 20th century trucks will arrive at the Prince George Legion at 10 a.m. The group is part of the Western Command Military Vehicle Historical Society and are making their way from the Lower Mainland to Alaska and back between July 28 and Aug. 19.
The society members, be they military enthusiasts, collectors, preservationists or historians, will be at the legion until 1 p.m. before they head off for Chetwynd.
This is the fifth such convoy over the last 10 years, explained the society's convoy co-ordinator John Hawthorne.
"It's about remembering our veterans, so we're stopping at all the legions and having displays on each legion as we go through," he said from their stop in Williams Lake. There are about 20 legion branches on the 6,638 kilometre round-trip route.