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... to tell us about cruising: 1. You feel nostalgic when you have to say goodbye to some cruise members. 2. Once it's time to go you are in a surprising hurry to get it done. 3. Once it's over, you can't believe it's over! 4. Even off the ship there are still big decisions about "Where to eat!" But one thing that @AuntyGail and @Paul did tell us: 1. We would LOVE IT. And we did....maybe one day ...we can cruise together....now wouldn't that be special. ...
... both up to avoid the ice and climb and down to avoid the ice safely. But I'm so glad we made it all the way there and back! It was an amazing day to be outside! I've had a few days of exploring and checking out a few places with my camera. Makes it a bit more of a game if you head out and see what you can capture. Recently did that with my friend Kelly. Found some fun places to take some photos that weren't rained out or much of a hike for my hungover friend! Went to the spot where ...
... top of an amazing cliff and river .... and grabbed some lunch .... It was 3pm. Heading along the windy road again, at times only driving 10mph. The trucks are still coming straight toward us and the cliff is MY side! Every so often is a bridge to cross ... One lane so you just close you eyes and hope a truck isn't coming the other way. Well I did .... I hope Kevin didn't. Driving on for about 50 miles we smelt the brakes starting to get a tad hot, so we pulled up and let ...
... of derelict cars around them and we read that these are Indian reservations , it was certainly a stark contrast from the wealth of Whistler. We had lunch in Merritt at the Information centre and a kind lady came out and offered us an iced tea to have with the lunch that we brought with us. She also offered for us to do tour of local house that was next door to the Info centre , we politely declined ...
Leaving Jasper Wednesday we travelled through some rain and Mt Robson State Park before arriving at Kamloops. We are not really sure of what the attractions of Kamloops are but find an immaculate B and B overlooking the town to spend the night. It's nice to have some quiet time that afternoon sitting outside looking on her verandah looking out over the town and countryside. Our very friendly host Lorraine is down next morning to cook up ...