Veranda Beach Resort
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We have finally arrived into sunshine and no rain! Osoyoos is the only desert in Canada and we parked at a lake surrounded by other RVs and fit people with boats, canoes, paddle boards, mountain bikes etc. We of course being British, firstly went to the Cantina on site for sundowners, then went wine tasing at the local vineyards which were fantastic! Lots of Pinot Noir and Reisling, ...
... was to cross near Grand Forks BC and travel south via Hwy 395 to Spokane) … We pass through Colville, then Chewelah and as we do the smoke is less dense… We made it home safely…
We plan to rest up for awhile before beginning our trek south for the winter... See you then!
Next stop Albuquerque, NM at the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta!
Jim & Connie and Rowdy too!
... Silver Sage was very warm, with three foreign women offering you 8 or 10 wine samples in a quick order. The payment was voluntary and you got some cheese and snacks as well. The wines tasted really fruity, but nice. They had great chilli wine! Second winery Church & State was really fancy with only 4 samples for 8 dollars per person. Quite expensive comparing to the others. Third one Stoneboat was 3 dollars for full tasting per ...
... river trail and are treated to a gorgeous ride through old pines and sheltering cottonwoods. Shockingly cold showers cleaned us up even if they didn't warm us up, but a little snack revived our spirits. Farrell and Christine went off to shop for our dinner while I serenaded Gary ( and our campground host, Stevejim) with a little ukelele. A yummy stir fry and an evening walk under pink and gold skies has us all yawning and ready to hit the ...
... Once over the Rogers Pass, the route follows the Columbia river. The descent, which parallels the Trans Canada railway route was absolutely gorgeous even under gray skies and occasional rain showers.
After a couple of hours we made it to the town of Revelstoke where we stopped for breakfast and caught the end of the France v. *****ia game. After breakfast, we picked up a dirt road just outside of town ...