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... two black bears. We parked up behind their truck as the bears were on the road and didn’t have safe access to run to due to their position on the road - steep cliffs on both sides. Paul didn’t want to stress them which could lead them to run and make an unsafe access so we waited until they moved up the road to safety. We then went down to Howson Falls - an absolutely stunning waterfall. Over the years it has eroded ...
... exciting sighting was seeing the amazingly graceful Hummingbirds dance around the porch as they visited the feeders which were filled with sugar water - pure joy to watch.
We had a great talk from Julius regarding Bears, how to spot the difference between Black (which can be brown) and Grizzlys. If I only have to remember three things in the event of a bear approaching they are (1) Stand ...
... montañas que he dejado atrás. Agur Hi .. I took the day off to wonder around in this beautiful and picturesque town , there are a lot of nice restaurants and shops,, it seems that all the remaining hippies of the world now live here.......it is a nice and relaxing yoga feeling all around.... For me was also good to rest in this ambiance after the mountain passes that I left behind. Cheers ( actually I don't know what this means.) .... Like salud or ...
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.
... 2000 feet and summited at about 5600
feet. What a view! We stopped a time or two to check out view and
get some pics. We also came across a NFS(National Forest Service)
crew chainsawing trees off the road. We even drove past a Border
Patrol SUV that was driving the back roads to find drug smugglers.
Later in the trip were were told of how drug smugglers use those
mountains to their advantage. That last winter 2 mexican guys had
smuggled in a bunch ...