Borgata Lodge Hotel
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... very handy tips for dinner venues in Kelowna before we left, though.
After returning to camp for a little snooze and to repack our bags (we give the van back tomorrow - sob!), we got a taxi into town for the evening. We alighted on Bernard Street, which is the main drag and runs all the way down to the lakefront. We wandered down to the park by the lake and discovered a wonderland of activities - people out on the lake jet skiing, a ...
I wanna get better at writing. I take ages to come up with something good, then I forget what we've done. Especially those little funny moments. Anyway, I'll keep talking **** in the meantime..
Stayed downtown with Kayla and Jacob, spent 1 hot night in the van and 3 more pleasant nights in the lounge under the aircon. We caught up with Corey for cheese and wine on the lake and again the following night for a barbie put on by Kayla ...
... climbing and snow shoeing and even sleigh rides.... we really just stayed together and had a good old fashioned fun family time.
Celia and Caden rejoined us on Friday and by then we had Niki, Todd and Joe with us as well (Jeanne came up on Sunday for the day). Niki brought up her Wii game. I gotta tell you that a four year old can be a pretty good bowler on that game, at least better than me. He even figured out how to golf ...
9th January - Thursday
The boys and Sue were off, up the mountain, Margaret, Simon, Russ and I had to get our skies and lift tickets. It was a perfect day, the sun was shining, the scenery is just beautiful, the snow is amazing, so thick, no icy patches. We meet up with Sue and Rob, the boys were gone we didn't see them until late in the afternoon with grins like split watermelons. Rob ...
... up. You can fill a goat feed cup and the goats, hearing the noise, pull the cup up and eat the food.
We buy some overpriced sausage, cheese, jerky and baking and head ...