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... there with traffic and a minor dispute with my GPS and ended up going north instead and crossing at Christina Lake. No problem as I could still get to Osoyoos by late afternoon following the Crowsnest Hwy. I have family there who was expecting me. It began to rain and again, no problem except that the wipers were slimy with bug juice or something so the windshield wasn’t clear. And then I got to the Osoyoos end and had to get down the hill. I did ...
... in the on site gym or a run around the wineries and First Nation reserve, and finishing the days in the steaming hot tub. Not a bad way to live. The days were full of samples and purchases. We visited around 12 different wineries, all of varying quality and friendliness. Some were awesome, friendly, tasty little family run wineries, some were super pretentious wine bars with snobby servers and high tasting fees. It was ...
... 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 ...