Travel Blogs from Kelowna
... front. There was a ramp going up to a boardwalk that ran above the car park where a bunch of goats walked up. On the sides of the boardwalk, you could pay a quarter to receive a handful of corn to feed to the goats via a pulley system. The goats watched when you filled up their cup with corn and then pulled it up to the boardwalk so they could eat it. Totally random, but absolutely hilarious! We had a good laugh. On arriving in Kelowna, we checked in to our cheap ...
Still dark when we left Banff National
Park but as the sun came up we were treated to
some more amazing mountain scenery. There seems to be no end to it in this part
of the world!
Drove through Yoho National Park
and Kicking Horse
Pass. Very scenic with
mountain trains and rivers coming in and out of view. Just like a postcard.
We stopped ...
... up pulling off of the highway and staying at a pretty remote campsite that night, there were a few horse/cattle farms around us, and a couple of RV’s spread along the river, but no one else was in tents or anywhere near our site location. We got to see an owl on a close lamppost on the way into the site, as well as cows on the road, and enjoyed the beautiful Northern Lights in the evening, although only for a few ...
... Seems to be another nice mountain town in the
Okanagan Valley, with splenty of vineyards nearby. Since we got into
the Okanagan valley, the camping has been much warmer than we were
expecting. Apparently this area stays much warmer in the winter, and
the locals get to enjoy a longer growing season for fruits and veggies.
There were plenty of farmer’s markets in the area that were still
selling lots of fresh produce.
... qui a eu lieu en 2003 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2003_Okan agan_Mountain_Park_Fire ). Beaucoup d'arbres morts et tout noirs sont encore debouts. Voyez les photos. La vallé de l'Okanagan est en fait un semi-désert et est donc propice aux feux de forêts. Des gens nous ont dits qu'ils s'y attendent toujours. Les feux de camp dans les campings sont d'ailleurs ...