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... s a brew not widely distributed in Alberta so was new to us.
We discovered that the visitor centre was open and a local art show is in progress. So we headed back to main street to find it. With our third set of directions from local people we finally
located it! It must be one of the best kept secrets in town! Our visit to the centre was well worth the effort. Not only did we score promotional ...
We left Vancouver with the hopes that our drive to Nelson would be free of rain and snowy roads. We were a bit nervous making the 9 hour drive with a small rental car that had no snow tires or chains (you will find signage throughout the BC roadways advising motorists to have snow tires or chains in case you find yourself in the midst of a bad snowstorm – thus our discomfort). We thought travelling by day and during the week ...
... Jeep - bonus!
After we'd finished skiing for the day we'd typically head over to Jackson's Hole pub to do a recap of the day over some beers and food before heading back to our hotel bar for a few Jack and Coke's and games of table football. Then if we're still awake throw on a film. So you can see how there's just so little time left to squeeze in these blog entries, right?
We'll work on getting some more videos up here for you guys... stay tuned!
... I managed to get a picture of the road. The most outstanding part of the journey was between New Denver and Slocan, very windy roads with an incredible view looking wayyyyyyyyy down into the river below.
Nelson is a very pretty town. Thirty three degrees when we arrived. Rooms have view of the mountains and river. No forest fire smoke anywhere today to spoil the view. Will set out from here tomorrow and head to ...
... USA border). Out of the 8 of us 3 were Swiss, 1 Yorkshire, 2 Canadian and us. We were sitting outside with beer and wine, having a great time, when the heavens opened and we had to run for cover. What fun! Next day we'd cycled to Grand Forks by lunchtime when we stopped for more food. We were sitting outside the bike shop where the atmosphere was very social. Off again to Christina Lake where we had our 1st night camping. The bloody mosquitos were awful (you should see ...