Some prime ministerial peaks are your first clue for today's Geo Quiz.
Google Earth, or a good old fashioned globe might afford you a glimpse of the Cariboo Mountains.
They straddle the Canadian province of British Columbia.
The highest peaks in this lofty range are named after eleven Canadian Prime Ministers.
So you could hike up a trail to the summit of Mount Pierre Trudeau.
But we've got our eye on a city in the foothills of the Cariboo range.
It's located right at the junction of Highway 97 and Highway 20.
Each summer this city transforms itself into a cowtown.
Cowboys come from far and wide for an international rodeo called "The Stampede."
So if you're nuts about about chuck-wagon races, and prime ministerial peaks....this city at the edge of Canada's Boreal forest is a must-see.
Name it if you can.