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... sign reminded us to put our clocks back by a hour now we are 8 hous behind The UK.
Whilst I drove Shirley captured the amazing scenery on film,more mountains although as the journey continued we could see the tree's and land change to a more farming landscape. The weather had also changed and temperatures were now up to ...
... 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!
... We stopped and had lunch at Revelstoke (7600 people here), called 3 Valley Gap owned by Athol and George which has a ghost town and the biggest collection of Stuff I have ever seen, steam engines pianos, pins and everything in between massive big buildings right on the edge of a lake 5 story Chalet, helicopter, we were only there for 45 mins, we could have stayed all day and sill not seen it all, our Brother Peter, would have dribbled for a ...
did allow tent camping which is not always the case. Additionally,
driving up there, I noticed that the RV parks were mostly shadeless and
crammed tight with behemoth Winnebegos. Not really a comfortable
situation for a tenter.The privately owned Hitch N Rail had some
good things going for it; it is just 15 minutes from the Ski Resort, on a
sizable fresh water lake had shady sights, and not packed tight. I was
concerned that my circus ...
... on. It was a long, long day on the road, very hot and tiring. At one point we changed time zone back into Pacific Time zone which gave us an extra hour to play with. We drove for a very long time down beside the Shuswap Lake which is huge. We passed through Socamous with its marina, and eventually we stopped at a place called Salmon Arm for a drink. It is quite a big place compared with many we have passed through and seems to be a centre for ...