Lakeside Country Inn
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... and took some pictures and then selected a pumpkin. The car was so dirty after the quick drive around the field that we had to wash it after we got home. Kaff came and we did a quick trip to Walmart to buy some Halloween Stuff to take home. Dinner at Pennys then some TV. It took us half an hour to get the TV working as I had tried to turn it on this morning and had completely stuffed it up. Eventually we worked it out. Penny records the Voice USA and ...
... shimmering up a spindly pine, a great moment. We immediately thought of the Play School song, "there's a bear in there" but refrained from singing it. The food and wine on the train were quite outstanding but due to the late start we had breakfast about 10.30 and lunch at 3 pm. We were meant to arrive in Kamloops for an overnight stay about 6.30. Due to the various stops for freight trains and the late start we didn't arrive until 9.30. ...
... of thunder shook the RV.
Today, Saturday, I got to finally go kayaking at Paul Lake Provincial Park. Grandpa's kayak is not plastic; it is an inflatable kayak made with a rubberized product. We used his compressor to inflate the kayak. It's a lot easier to do it that way than do it by foot pressure.
Sometimes bad luck turns into a rewarding experience. Since before lunch we have been witness to the harsh, dry and beautiful landscape of the Fraser river valley. A staff member told us that in forteen years, he had never been able to pass through this area in the daytime. he had never witness it's stunning palette of sandy browns, it'sage green shrubbery ...
... fortunate to a tour of the residential school, interestingly, the Kamloops Indian Band have chosen to keep the building and use it as there base, it is a constant reminder to the government and community about the history of first nations people in BC. The building was built in 1923, after the wooden buildings that has been used since 1820 as residential schools had been burnt down. The thinking was that large brick buildings were harder to burn ...