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... where we tried a delicious ice wine and had an amazing lunch. Next we went to Tantalus, followed by the Tree Brewing Co and the Calona Winery. This was where we had a massive advantage touring in the off-season. In each winery/brewery we went to, we had the best chats with the staff and received so much advice for our travels, it made the whole experience so personable and thoroughly enjoyable. It was an awesome day!! And we certainly had a great sleep that night!! ...
... in a
little place called Golden where there were literally acres of autumn trees
creating fields of golden colours. We presume this is where the name came from?
Regardless of its origin, it was beautiful. Sorry, no pics, we were moving and
because Keith was driving, no stopping! (Our kids will relate to this).
Next stop was a funny little road
... up pulling off of the highway and staying at a pretty remote campsite that night, there were a few horse/cattle farms around us, and a couple of RV’s spread along the river, but no one else was in tents or anywhere near our site location. We got to see an owl on a close lamppost on the way into the site, as well as cows on the road, and enjoyed the beautiful Northern Lights in the evening, although only for a few ...
After another dip in the hot springs, we continued the drive and took
another ferry to get to Vernon, British Columbia. On the way, we drove
past what looked like an awesome cafe and had to take a picture of it
for our friends and family that would appreciate it.....you know who you
We toured around Vernon a bit, had a nice lunch at Sir
Winston's Pub, and checked out a local paper for some information on
... maybe a subtle tip that our tour leader thinks we’re eating too much? Many of our stops were railway-related, as the road followed the railway that goes from east to west in Canada. We saw a loop tunnel that goes through a mountain to decrease the slope the trains have to travel on; if you see a really long train go through, you may be able to see it at the entrance and exit of the tunnel at the same time! We also stopped at the place where the last spike was driven into ...