Beach Gables Guesthouse Motel
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... narrowed with steep cliff drops. Mark seemed oblivious as he pelted along, being an ex-logger and forestry worker he was clearly used to driving in this terrain. As we rounded a corner on the way up we spotted a lovely black bear just dandering down the road. He spotted us and stopped before running a small bit, looking back and then repeating a couple of times before he then went back round the corner. We pulled up and then got ...
... of course) - as in the next minute up popped a little head, and another and then mum. She looked at us for a while just judging what we were doing and did we represent any danger to her and the cubs. Then with a little ‘huff’ (informing the cubs to return to the foliage) they disappeared again. We quickly left then as Paul wanted her to have the opportunity to get back onto the path to ease ...
... to get up to the Ranch. So, it was off again and heading North on HY3 and later onto the 31 as we neared Meadow Creek. At this point the ‘Highway’ became little more than a gravel road - prompting a reminder for me to look at my car insurance documents to check if ‘off-roading’ is covered.
Then we came upon it - Grizzly Bear Ranch - set in beautiful surroundings. Julius was ...
... to Kaslo to pick up our car. Then a 9 hour 500 mile drive on winding roads back to Vancouver airport to drop off our hire car. Found the journey really painful this time - definitely bored of these really long drives so looking forward to not having to do this again for the 3 months we are in South America. We stayed at a hotel by the airport on Nina's hotel points from when she used to travel a lot with work. Very early start tomorrow to fly down to New ...
... out of place stomping in with our rucksacks. By far the nicest place we have stayed in, with only 11 rooms, each with a balcony that overlooks Lake Kootenay, and the usual two queen beds - maybe we need to re-think our sleeping arrangements when we get home as we always get very excited when we walk into a room and discover ...
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