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... It is a Thousand Trails Campground and it is close enough to Penticton that it could be a spot we could use for a quick camping trip in the future. We found it to be very picturesque as the site we had overlooked the Columbia river.
We were up quite early and started our last days drive home. It wasn't busy at the border and we were through very quickly and home by 3:00 PM.
... cool so I suggest that Jim do the same that he also open the sunroof. It is actually quite bearable. We are still idling. The woman from the vehicle ahead of us has been out of her vehicle for a good time and then she makes her way to where we are and speaks to us. I speculate as to what might be going on and she seems quite sure it is an accident judging by the fact that there is no movement at all. People ahead are getting frustrated and ...
... can see the display floor and I for one am already impressed, especially judging against our visit to the Canadian Automobile Museum in Oshawa last year. The fact that the restoration shop is open is very appealing to Jim. We enter the display area and I hand over the camera to Jim. I have no idea what he will want pictures of. The music playing is from the 50s and 60s I dance down the aisles while Jim reads every sign and takes pictures ...
... we arrive there is no one at the gate, but a secured bucket with a suggested donation amount so Jim puts $5 in the slot. We circle the park once and realize we are actually leaving the park so we come back in and park the truck. The flowers are pretty but not overly impressive in my view. We continue to wander around and then eventually go. Next we drive around Summerland to get a feel for the town and take a few pictures. A couple of the ...
... finally reach Osoyoos, in one piece but it is still at least an hour and a half to our hotel in West Kelowna. I marvel at the fruit orchards that we can see in every direction. The towns roll by and one by one we get closer to our destination. There are signs advertising the tourist attractions at each one – more than we will be able to take in. “I think tomorrow we will come back and do some more exploring. How does that sound?” I ...