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... National Park.
It started with a fairly early check out and departure from Kelowna before heading along Highway 97 past glorious mile after glorious mile of vineyards and lakes shimmering in the sun, before joining Trans-Canada 1. Here the mountains start to build up before you getting grander as you go, building you up to the spectacular Monashee and Selkirk Mountains which is where we hit our first National ...
... a few miles on in the morning, we stopped at the Safeway in Vernon to stockpile our food and supplies for the week. Yes, camping checkouts including, hot dogs, nacho chips, juice, miniature cereal boxes (we all love those) and coffee. All the staples for a great camping week.
Smooth sailing up through Sicamous ...
... day, and went to the natural hot springs. The water temperature was 40˚C. I had a burger topped with mac 'n' cheese – a surprisingly good combination. In the evening we drove to Yoho National Park and visited Takkakaw Falls, which is 344m high and the second highest waterfall in Canada. We also saw our first Grizzly Bear along the road. Unfortunately it was on the highway and you were not allowed to stop so we couldn’t get ...
... We spent the evening around a campfire relaxing with a couple of bevies.
I awoke to a Happy Birthday sign, lanterns and pink flower petals outside Lola. After opening presents we got up and cracked open a bottle of bubbles, Matt was cooking pancakes for the occasion but unfortunately no matter how much butter was on the skillet the mixture was sticking. We aborted mission and had ...
... he regained consciousness , he lived on to find the Pass called the Kicking Horse Pass and named the river beside it the same.
Beside the decking outside, there is a lovely little beach right by the hotel with wooden slatted chairs and an open fire but sadly at this time of year one is not able to melt marshmallows on the fire because of the bears ..well for goodness SAKE.. ...