Alpine Inn and Suites
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... lunch at Cranbrook Tim Hortons.
12.30 - through Moyie
1.30 - through Creston
2.10 - Kuskanook Rest Area
3.10 - ice cream at Mojo's while waiting for ferry from Kootenay Bay
3.30 - onto the ferry to Balfour
4.10 - arrive at Balfour
4.30 - arrive at Motel - Kokanee Glacier Motel.
Going to Nelson for dinner and back to sit on the balcony sipping cocktails and taking in the uninterrupted ...
... Lake Ferry were basically a ribbon of road with exactly zero stretches of straightaway. This particular ferry is the longest free ferry in the world, and when I was putting together this part of my trip I knew I had to find a way to work this into my plan. The clear skies had given way to cloud cover by this point, but I was still committed to taking the ride across this scenic and beautiful body of water. ...
... ride across Kootenay Lake, but had to stay inside a few times because of the sporadic, but intense rain showers. We've decided that we must come back to Creston and Nelson, and explore this area further. Jack and I enjoyed this drive as it touched on the research he was reviewing on the Stoney claim and I was wishing I had a map of the KKTC TSL to see where it was on the ground. So, now off to Osoyoos on a beautiful, sunny, hot ...
... 50!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Are u kidding me.
The clerk then asked me if we had free healthcare in the US...that
was their answer for all things overpriced there. A 5th
of decent vodke was like 40 bucks. We decided to skip the booze and
share Marcies 5th of cherry vodka.
We got back to the hotel and met the
new girl Lilly at our front desk. She was a really nice girl and fun
to talk to...and like most ...
... created from the discovery of copper. After growing to over 3,000 people by 1907, the fall in copper prices following the end of World War I led to the city's population dwindling to only 200. This changed in 1942 by the creation of an internment camp which saw the addition of 1,200 displaced Japanese-Canadians into the area. I would recommend purchasing the "Heritage Comes Alive" walking ...