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... is rocks placed around the base of some trees in other locations. I must check the significance. He has done many carvings that are on the inside and outside of the buildings also.
The track I took is a horse trail and there is fresh evidence to support this.I'm hoping it is an advanced course as along some parts it is close to huge drops into the valley. There may be a couple of trees to catch you but I would rather be on my two feet ...
... off his back. He muttered that he wasn't giving his beer away and proceeded to ride the 2 + km faster. Another vehicle followed with an employee driving the other couple. The return trip was 7 in one car and Nan and a Brits sat in the back section of the vehicle and that's the reason for the slower speed. The farm hand had been driven home by someone else but didn't pass on the keys. Not sure what happened to the guy on the ...
... no gold often stayed on, founding the towns and starting the ranches one finds today. Clinton is one such town which now survives catering to folk traveling along the highway, as well as to tourists interested in the pioneer history of the region.
Thank you Ted and Donna -- the visit to Vancouver was interesting and refreshing and seeing you again was just great.
Hey Gordon -- congratulations on being confirmed today !
... face-to-face with a mule deer! Talking about elks I was lucky to spot one a few yards away, he did not seem to care much about me nor the magpies all around him! (or her).
My first day was quiet and scenic and beautiful, and I'm very happy to have seen Kristina on my first stop!
Tomorrow - Kamloops Revelstoke or further!
PS – watch out for horses says the sign
PS II - Today I saw: a tamia, ravens, a mule deer and yelling mapgies
... the day. Des must have been too, because he pulled in at the first motel he saw in the tiny town of Clinton. We parked our bikes so Lou and Lynn could see them as they came up over the rise. They had fallen behind a little as the countryside was so pretty, it warranted a few extra photographs.
Jim O’Rielly, from the Roundup motel, was a real card. He gave me a price and a key to one of the rooms. I told him, I’d have little look and come back to negotiate the ...