Airport Inn Lakeside
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Visited with Linda and Bruce Andrews. We enjoyed the view from their balcony of three lakes in the Okanogan Valley, and toured through Linda's beautiful garden. We then explored downtown Vernon, including Polson Park, with lunch in a nice little cafe. We drove along the shore of Kalamalka ...
... done and keen to get out and hit the hill for our last time! It was pretty slushy out there but still fun. We spent a bit of time in the park trying to conquer rails and jumps, a few nice stacks as per usual. I tried the rainbow for the first time and pretty much landed on it! Bree almost got it but lacked speed. I'd spent my last days finally hitting the rails, so much fun! And a good adrenaline rush. After riding for the day, we received our $300 bond ...
... and hot tub. It is a 5min walk to the village and we have direct access to 3 chairlifts- Ridge Rocket, Plaza Chair and Snow Ghost. Extremely stoked we got a place so quick! But at a reasonably steep price of $600 a month including utilities. 28th Nov We awoke in our new place to snow falling from the sky! We snowboarded the day out and celebrated at our first Wednesday Wings night at Sams. We ran into Amanda one of Graces friends from home which was cool! 29th Nov ...
... a pleasant few hours drinking and attempting to eat the worlds largest serving of nacho's.
The next day it was time for the serious business of wine tasting at the local wineries. These are all beautifully located on the hills overlooking the Okanagan lake, which looks like a big river. After sampling some very nice and not so nice wine we ended up at the Arrowleaf winery which had a ...
... us to their house. On Saturday, we went for a walk around lake Kalamalka which was awesome - for some reason the wind was really strong, and small waves were forming on the lake - it wasn't frozen over like some of the other smaller lakes in the region.
We went to a cool coffee shop, built a snow man with Mark and Shane, generally relaxed, and did some shopping. I bought a soft-gun which unfortunately I cant take back to Australia :-(