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... took a few photos of the motorcycle wooden designs displayed.
We have mountains on all sides and we pass the beautiful Christina Lake. We met two Aussies riding a Triumph Tiger and a Triumph Bonneville.
We covered 214 miles and we arrived at Castlegar early afternoon and decided to call it quits and retire ...
... adventure is my friend Tania. I imagine I will be mentioning her in this blog a lot lol.
I'll try to blog fairly often - but who knows. I may end up "catching up" on my blogging from time to time. I promise most of my blog entries will be more exciting than this one - I just thought I would write a trial entry.
The pics below are of some Thai Baht (which I just picked up from the bank - 20, ...
... br> based on Lilly suggestion and grabbed a few stools at the bar. We
tried some locals brews and enjoyed the local people. Matt talked to
a few guys from the town while Marcie and I gabbed with the
bartender. After a while I was happy to get a text from Lilly...she
was gonna come out and meet us for a drink or two. I always like
meeting people from whatever city I am traveling to. Its great fun
to sit and talk to them about where their from and learn ...
The Kootenay region of BC is a wonderful kaleidoscope of mountains and water. We had awesome weather here too. Every day was a scorching 30C! Our journey begins as we traveled through Kootenay N.P. and stayed the night in Radium Hot Springs. We lazed in the hot pools for a while before camping up for the night. The next day was a cruisey drive through flat valleys surrounded by mountains. We stopped ...
... 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 ...