Canadas Best Value Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with me that Walmart Canada lost the lawsuit to attempt the stop of overnight stays in Canada - precedence was set in the U.S. and now is honoured in our homeland. Saved on not paying the resort fee, although the traffic was a bit loud overnight. It was surprisingly easy once we settled in and the kids welcomed there beds. Home to Kamloops - 6 stops - we aim to decrease this as the days progress. So far we all still love each ...
... I took them down to the bank and I had to show them the Outdoor sports store so they could see all the guns. Then we met up with Kaff & Wendy and went to see the Salmon Run. It was about a 40 minute drive out to Scotch Creek, last time I went it was like a little walk in the forrest with about 5 odd other people...this time it was like a circus. Apparently it was like the first official day of the run so they had VIPs there and a stage and food ...
... along the Thompson River and through desert surrounded by plateaus and mountains throughout much of the day. Along the way, we saw our share of wildlife. Osprey and their nests, bald eagles and their nests (See pics.) and big horn sheep. While we saw several sheep, my excitement overtook my photo-shooting abilities every time to the point that I passed the camera to Mary, regrettably, to no avail! At 10:00 (our time - Pacific Time), we experienced a disappointing, ...
... We headed out through main town Vancouver that then met up with the majestic Fraser Valley. It was amazing scenery from well over half the fresh food for Vancouver comes from and is situated on the Fraser River. Quite an amazing sight - they still float their logging woods down the river from higher upstream into Vancouver where it is milled! We followed the Fraser to where it ...
... care of our Gus. We would have loved to bring him as our groups' trail dog but since that was out of the question, leaving him with you was the best for him and he'll still be dreaming of all the doggy play dates, runs in the park, cuddles, trips to the nursing home for pets and many plays in the snow for a long time to come. He might not even mind when he notices us take the bikes out of the hockey bags....well....mind a lot less anyway :)
Kevan + Cheryl