Observatory Bed & Breakfast
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Osoyoos
August 2, 2014. Truck - 68,304. Trip - 8,209
On the road again. Crossing Canada was grueling! It was a long way, the roads were the pits, there was not much to see on the southern route, fuel was a concern, I had peanut butter everyday for lunch, there were very few stores for me to browse, and I was grouchy. For hours we drove along many fair size lakes, as well as, drumlins and kettle ...
A drive around the local area today after an early walk along the lake. 40 degrees, so too hot for much else. Checked out the local fruit packing house where we could buy cherries for $1 to $1.50 per pound. I have had a constant feed of cherries, plums and apricots, all of which Barbara and Peter ...
Barbara and Peter have a terrific spot for their house, just one house away from the lake. Took a walk along the lake front this morning, and Peter took us to a couple of local wineries this afternoon. Heaps and heaps of vineyards, and new wineries opening all the ...
... out a solution to the problem. After various adjustments and experiments we managed to figure out a solution that allowed us to keep going, but our confidence in the bike is beginning to wane and moving forward we need to figure something more permanent and conclusive.
Given the delays, by the time we reached the border crossing it was 10:00. Suffice it say we were the only ones crossing at that time. ...
dinner at Smithy's local diner. Quite a
big town here in Osoyoos built around a lake and is quite hot in summer, 30 -
35°C, known as the dessert of Canada. The hills are rather dry here. It is nice
to abandon the jumpers.
On the way we certainly been uphill and down dale climbing to an altitude of 5000ft
at one stage and descending some good grades of 8%.