Bear's Lair Lodge
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... often than not the summit is completely under cloud.
Next stop, the town of Blue River where we enjoy a BBQ lunch at the dock before boarding a custom designed boat. We skim the waterways of Blue River looking for wildlife and whoo hoo, we see a black bear. We quietly glide along the shoreline following the bear who seems oblivious to our boats. It is a sight we have all been waiting for and there is silence ...
... br> We stopped for a picnic on the banks on the River Thompson and then we were off to complete the trip to Sun Peaks Resort.
Arriving at Sun Peaks the sun was still blazing the ski runs were a rich green and we watched a fox chase marmots whilst we sampled the local brew...perfect.
... Mum and Dad bumped into them later that night and invited them over to our place for dinner.
Brad and Jo had many really interesting stories, and it was really great to hear their perspective and insight on many topics.
It's also surprising that Mum and Dad are so eager to make new friends!
... are exceptional and hardly any hold ups due to roadworks, if there was it was only for 1/2 minute or so. The semi trailers here would be possibly6 to 10 foot longer than Aussie semi's. We left the Rockies Mountain ranges, and travelled through 2 different ranges 1 either side of the highway, and generally a nice river on our left side for hours and hours. The Columbia river is 2470 miles long and does contain many hydro generating schemes along ...
... want to pay an exorbitant amount for one of
their outdoor tours. It was a replica of one of their typical camp sites
that you get when you go on one of their tours. Everything was there,
tent, canopy, cots, tables, chairs. It was, dare I say it, Glamping in
all its glory. The tent floor even had carpet. I bought it all plus
went to the outdoor store, Cabelas, for more.And this is the story of my first use of it. (Finally!! Huh?)The
timing was right ...