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... this plinth has been erected.
Ashcroft: One of the driest places in Canada with less than 10 inches of rainfall per year. The Highland Copper Mine is in this area and produces 4% of the worlds copper.
Savona: The Thompson River widens here into the beautiful 40km long Kamloops Lake.
Kamloops: A First Nation word meaning "meeting of the waters" Refers to the junction of the North and South Thompson Rivers. Our overnight stay at ...
... rafting for the next day and headed out to find our adopted local pub for the week. Step forward the Jasper brewing company. An old school bar made out of lots of wood and serving good local brew with brilliant names like Grizzly Bear Lager, Elk pale ale, Moose Stout. You know the usual stuff. And we settled in for the evening. The next day we were ready to face the raging rapids of the Athabasca River, only to be reliably informed by our friendly ...
... the Athabascar waterfall.
Arrived at Fairmont, unfortunately beds were wrong, this is a great hotel lovely location but is overpriced for what you get. Had a walk around lake, cocktails and dinner very nice.
... so we decided to forgo cooking in the van for the night and go out for dinner instead. I had developed a craving for pizza and had noticed a rooftop pizza restaurant when we drove into town, which with the lovely evening sunlight looked the perfect location to toast our last night in Jasper. Tim needed no persuading so we parked up and headed to Jasper’s Pizza Place for dinner with a couple of beers before heading back to another cosy night in the ...
(**Note: Our camera died on the start of the way down so we captured our 23kms in our minds & hearts for ourselves.)
We decided to get an early morning start to the day for our hike back and both of us were feeling like a million dollars. We had everything packed up and started our descent around 6:30am. I can understand why there were so many smiling faces passing us on their way down the day previous. It seemed each campsite area ...
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