Borgata Lodge Hotel
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... stayed at on our trip. Unfortunately, the highway was right above us so road noise was worse than the campers and their children! (It is so funny that I expect places like this, where lots of kids and "toys" are abundant, to be very noisy. However, after 8 p.m., it is really quiet and people are pretty respectful of neighbors. Another preconception debunked!)
... After lunch we drove into town. First, we checked out the ospreys on their roost, and then did a beer tasting at the Tree Brewery near the marina. We then walked back to the car along the lake.
Sunday, since we really enjoyed our meal at the Grapevine Restaurant, we called late yesterday and were able to get reservations for 2 pm today. We arrived about 20 minutes early and were able to walk right in and our table was on the view side of ...
... table. I felt a bit crook so we went home at 8.30 On Sunday the girls took Amelia out for Sunday doubles at Raaks and Sams. I stayed home curled up in bed. Sad I couldn't be out with everyone! In the morning, since we had 2 pairs of skis, Bree and Amelia went for a ski. Bree managed to find a pair of boots, and it was her first time skiing, she picked it up no worries! I did a bit of work and then napped. Very fatigued and tired from numerous broken nights sleep. On ...
Margaret, Simon and Russ have been doing most of the coking which is nice, the rest of us are on clean up duty. We have spent quite a bit of time playing poker using marshmallows as chips but last night we taught Cooper to play Rummy, we didn't bring Uno which is his favorite game. Rob, Cooper and I ended up playing Old Maid and then Fish till quite late, we did have fun.
We packed up in a hurry as clouds threatened to dampen our tents again after a rainy night. With everything stashed in the van we headed south towards Nakusp along some quiet roads. The weather was holding off at this stage and the drive was pretty pleasant. We were going to cross over Arrow Lake today and our first ferry trip was at Galena Bay. The ferry is about a 5 km trip across open water and the capacity of this ferry was fairly impressive. A little ...