Best Western Sicamous Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Yesterday we hit the road from Banff, a little hungover but I didn't feel too bad to drive. It was a good day and the roads weren't too bad, a fair bit of snow but mostly cleared on the roads. The further we got into the mountains the more cars we would pass in the ditches. 300kms later we made it to Revelstoke. But we got held up just west of Revy due to an accident. The highway was shut both ways. We stopped for 30mins with all the other cars and truckies. At this stage it was around ...
I was promised a relaxing day today after barely being able to walk thanks to falling down the mountain the day before. So we packed up camp and headed off to Sicamous and the lakefront home of Lossie and Jan, Rylan's aunt and uncle. Jan had made sure he was here especially so he could take us out on his motor boat, so after lunch on the balcony we headed out onto the lake for a few hours of deep relaxation.
However, the ...
... to imagine that the whole area was once a sea bed.
As we moved further south the landscape became drier and more stark - reminiscent of the landscapes we see on our southern travels. We dropped to about 400 m above sea level in the vicinity of Cache Creek. Cactus and sage brush became the common vegetation. The McAbee Fossil site is in this area and something we would have liked ...
... institution, as stated in the Moose tour itinerary. I had a hot chocolate and maple doughnut, although I’m not sure either served to wake me up as I’m pretty sure I managed to drift off again once they’d both been consumed.
We arrived at our hostel in Scotch Creek, Shuswap Lake, at 6.30, only to be told I’d over packed for the tour; I explained the bags held all my worldly goods for the next seven months, but even I ...
... market that morning. Scared the bears were going to smell it and come out for some, we carried on through Kamloops towards Salmon Arm. As the sun was setting Craig shouts out 'BEAR, BEAR, BEAR' and I almost crash the car trying to stop in the middle of the freeway. In the fields to the right there is another black bear, just rumbling through the heather and trees looking for dinner. Total Bear Count: six.
After a fab night's camping at Salmon Arm on the ...