Ainsworth Hot Springs Resort
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... along the shore of Kootenay Lake. The road is narrow and often has no shoulder or guard rail on the lake side of the road. Even so we really enjoyed the drive. There are a couple of villages along
this drive that would be great to explore later in the season when they are ready to greet tourists and cottagers. On the other hand the road was not busy today! Our timing was perfect. We were in line for the ...
... and nuts to see how my body would react. It's very hard to do; we eat so many grains in our diet that it's hard to avoid and takes a real conscious effort to go without. I did get some positive results though and it's great fun experimenting like that.
Over the past couple of days I've been working with Alex splitting wood and chatting about ethics. I'm also reading a book in which several philosophers are interviewed about their views ...
... girls, Clare and Shona, 35 and 39 respectively. I had a special spot for Clare and we often shared a giggle at the dinner table. Both were amazingly well travelled and had plans to do more. Then apart from Kristen who cooked most of or meals, (and in incidentally has published two cook books, needless to say the meals were wonderful), there was John from Scotland and was the bear tracker and guide, Lily a guide who was brought up on a local hippie commune...sweet thing...and a ...
... to declare. Luckily he let it go.
But then another agent came out and told Marcie and I to stay there
and asked Matt to come with him. Oh **** we thought....he's going to
jail. We sat there nervously waiting for Matt. About 10 minutes
later he came out and said he wasn't allowed in Canada. The agent
came out and explained that he has a misdeamanor that was showing on
his record. Matt had explained that it was dropped off his record,
but the system ...
... we headed down the lake to take some pictures on the bridge that crossed the lake. Just next to the bridge on the lake side they had created a fake beach which was fun although instead of palm trees growing they had random pine and maple trees which made us laugh. There was also a really big park which was full of families playing that was really nice to watch. So we sat on a pinic bench on the fake beach eating the rest of our blueberry ...