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... We were then allocated our guides, teams and vehicles for the day. Paul had clearly lobbied for the ‘girls’ to be kept together so that was nice. We were with Mark for the day in the Purcell Mountains which are the next range beside the Selkirk’s. We went via Duncan’s Dam, and into the Mountains. Using old logging roads for access was in the main fine - but there certainly were some stressful moments as ...
... 2) bunch together - ideally 4 or more is best!, and finally (3) get your bear spray ready. The fact that stuck most in my mind; A bear can eat up to 250k berries in a day - unbelievable!
So, ready for bed, it was indeed with some trepidation that Selina and I wandered back to our Lodge - with the knowledge that Cougars typically attack from the back……suffice to say - it was a very quick walk!
Today saw us travel on Destination Highways 2, 56, 5 and 60.
Woke up at 7:15, since Brian set an alarm! We had "in room" breakfast, as we had for the last two days. Upon arrival in Kelowna we purchased groceries at a store across the street because our room offered a full sized refrigerator and a stove. Dana made up some eggs, link sausage, toast and fresh fruit.
... they started their search. The one
agent then asked if we ever smoked pot. As we responded no, he then
asked if we ever even partied on the weekends...and with this he
acted like he was smoking a joint. We gave him a startled laugh and
then said no again. We were kinda surprised by that one. He then
did a swipe of my steering wheel for marijuana residue. And also he
came across the axes I had and also my fiend Marcies 5th
of vodka.....2 things ...
... we headed down the lake to take some pictures on the bridge that crossed the lake. Just next to the bridge on the lake side they had created a fake beach which was fun although instead of palm trees growing they had random pine and maple trees which made us laugh. There was also a really big park which was full of families playing that was really nice to watch. So we sat on a pinic bench on the fake beach eating the rest of our blueberry ...