Blue Grouse Country Inn
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... never spent time in the Wells Grey area. What a beautiful place to stay especially if you are interested in hiking. We hiked into see Spahats Falls and then further on to a view point of the river and valley. I think we tired the dogs out today. Again lots of tourists out and about, we meet folks from Liverpool, Shetland Islands and Australia. Great time for tourists with our dollar being so low they get more bang for their buck.
We left the Rockies for the caribou mountain range, passing Yellowhead cache, named after a blonde Indian and stopping at mount robson, often found in cloud but today, in clear blue skies! The group hiked some way up it whilst I laid out on a picnic bench and slept! After a little reading, they were back and another large picnic spread was prepared, including proper cafetière coffee. What style. Crossing over into British ...
Today's drive was short and very sweet. I travelled from Valemount south on Highway 5 to Clearwater, just a couple of hundred kms away because I wanted to spend some time in Wells Gray Provincial Park. So I'm here at the Clearwater KOA for two nights. It's a mediocre KOA with the usual amenities, but rather crowded and the facilities could use a make over. They're kind of tired. And the wifi is so bad, I'm once again using ...
Last night we went for a meal in town and were recommended to go to Dutch Lake today to see the terrapins and go for a swim. Luckily when we woke up it was a sunny day and so off to the lake we went, via the supermarket so we could buy a picnic. The lake was another beautiful watery place to chill. It was only small by Canadian standards but never the less it was well used and had a pontoon stretching out where we could jump into the water and another one just floating in ...
... lying in the paddock. As we look on, the little one struggles to his feet for the first time. He staggers around a little, then keels over again. The mom is keeping a close eye on us, the strangers at the fence. Several hours later, we look in on the young one again, he is up and walking with confidence now. Amazing. He learns in three or four hours what it takes us two years to master.
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