Lost Moose Lodge Resort
Travel Blogs from Penticton
... visibility extremely poor. On top of that, the huge trucks (and there were so many of them!) were going stupidly fast, it was so dangerous!! Thankfully, we made it to Revelstoke in one piece. Quite a sleepy little town at this time of year, with the ski season not due to kick off for another month. We checked in to our beautiful B&B for the night, I could totally get used to this B&B thing!! Anja's place was just gorgeous, with a fireplace of our own ...
... the bridge. Probably not explaining this real well (see pics) but it was truly
amazing and hilarious to watch. Would love to know how they cam up with this
Got to Kelowna and had a casual drink and dinner
with my nephew Adam and his partner Ashley and young family Brianna and Kylor.
It was great seeing them again and spending time with real people, as opposed
... 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 ...
... we went back to Grandma Merna's for lunch with all the family and I phoned home to wish my Nan happy birthday!! Summerland is home to an extinct volcano known as Giant's Head Mountain, so Ash, Jake, Josh, Alex and I went up to the top! The view is beautiful, overlooking the Okanagan Valley!
After visiting Ontario last summer, I was silly enough to think the rest of Canada would be much the same - I couldn't have been more wrong!
... a pie which had strawberries, rhubarb and apple in it – yum!;
Ø Another ritual is to visit this fantastic second hand book store, called The Book Store, on Main Street. It is enormous and looks chaotic inside but quite easy to find your way around to the various sections;
Ø Yet another ritual is a visit to Canadian Tire, a large hardware store ...