Alpine Inn and Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Although the temperature dropped to the freezing point, we slept well and we spent the morning doing some reorganization and refinements. No matter how many trips we take, this always seems to be required. This time, with new bikes loaded, we discovered that our bike rack had too much play on the tow bar. After visits to Walmart and Home Hardware we found plastic putty knives and toilet shims that provided a ...
It's been a while since my last blog post, we've been so busy here I've barely had time to call home. I've been living on the farm since I last updated you all, still having an incredible time and learning new things every day. There's been a huge increase in the number of WWOOFers here, now sitting at about 12 or so. The extra numbers bring a completely different feel to the place. It buzzes with activity and new ideas which gives the farm a ...
... Kootenay 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. ...
... from the Historic Main Street. I found the Information Centre where the woman told me they do get people who have booked hotels and can’t find them – because they have booked for Nelson, New Zealand.
We went up to the main viewpoint for great views but the sun was setting and so our photos were not so great. We may revisit tomorrow if John can be persuaded to do the rather tricky drive up again. We walked to a Tapas place for tea and then returned to blog in the ...
... little further. Lots of cherry orchards in the area. We had a picnic lunch at a delightful rest area at Kipp creek. Finally, we found a spot with trees, flowers, picnic tables and a creek nearby! From there we took Hwy 3A up the east side of Kootenay Lake. What a beautiful drive and, in our minds, rivals the sea to sky hwy. Yes, we passed by the Glass House, constructed using 500,000 square-shaped embalming fluid bottles and ...