Stoney Creek, North Star
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... up early to complete the last 6.5hours and had to complete it in a similar timeframe as I had to work that evening. All was well until my engine light started flashing at me 40kms outside of Lilloet. I'd never experienced a light on my dashboard flashing so I pulled over and read up on the manual expecting the worst. A lovely couple pulled over within 2 minutes of me pulling over to assist. The guy worked at a shop so he told me as long as the car can start and drive normally, I ...
... Amusement Park long drives
Chilling out with my family
Seeing the bear in Naramata
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Goldfish crackers sharing beds with Georgia
After a peaceful night sleep. I then had breakfast at one of the smaller cafe's in town. I had a bacon and egg muffin for breakfast. Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains are home to black bears and cubs that have adapted to feeding, mating, and hibernating within ski area habitats. This is the only population of black bears in B.C. this is why I had to go and see this for myself. I booked my trip from Australia and Travel in ...
... has been dotted with lakes and rivers bigger than anything we are used to. Kamloops is a city of app. 100,000 and is populated by Indians!!!!!!! And not the cowboy variety!!!! The motel where we stayed was run by an Indian lady, taxi drivers were Indian and lots of restaurants run by Indians!!!!! Motel was dodgy but clean, slept ok. Went downtown Kamloops for dinner, Cally tried bison said it was ...
... the ride up and we had a walk around the top of mount whistler we took the next gondola. This time taking us 'Peak to Peak' to the top of mount Blackcomb.
The journey was 11 minutes through the air at the height of the Eiffel Tower. Unreal. The views unbelievable like the whole experience. Once we had our feet on the ground/snow we took in the views. We felt we had to share it and believe it or not there was Wifi so we used FaceTime ...