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... large town it was. I'd certainly come back here some day and stay for a short visit.
We enjoyed the trip along I94 and then dropped in for one night to visit a friend in Spokane.
In the morning we had a very nice walk with our friend and were ready to leave at noon. We could have driven straight home but we decided on one more nights stay to check out a campground at ...
... on it's bum and look around, stop and stare as Conrad came into it's vision. It was unconcerned and carried on for a bit longer before suddenly sliding on it's belly under the fence nearby and disappearing. Very pleased with ourselves we were! Ashton met us at the door to the house saying "bear scary". Conrad and I decided to have another few moments alone so we left happy kids at the house ...
... of traffic in either of the two lanes. More than once I gasp and grab for the Geezus handle in reaction to what is happening on the road. It takes no time at all and we are in Vernon. I notice how it has expanded since the last time we were here but once we get into the valley of the main road it all looks quite familiar. Again the speed picks up and almost as quickly Armstrong is on the horizon. Jim and I are watching the signs in hopes that some ...
... We board the train and find that we are in the last car. It is open-air which will be very convenient for taking photos. Across the aisle is a young family with the cutest little boy. They parents are speaking with us and the little guy, his name is Lucas, can’t get buried far enough into his dad’s shirt. After a short time the conductor’s voice comes over the speaker with some information about the train and some ...
... since neither of us is a connoisseur of the grape, it isn’t one of the “must-dos” for this trip. If we have the time and still want to, there are others that provide a free tour.
The next thing I look up is the Kettle Valley Railway Steam Engine Train that travels on 10 miles of preserved track and highlights the area. It runs every day at 10:30 and 1:30 out of its station in Summerland, about a half hour drive from where ...