Coast Capri Hotel Kelowna
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... by Craigellachie where the last spike was driven for the construction of the Canadian Railway. Next place of interest was Sicamous, the houseboat capital of Canada with approximately 300 house boats for hire. We followed Shuswap Lake for many miles and passed through Enderby and Vernon. This area is all farm land with many orchards and wineries. There are over 100 lakes in this area. At Shuswap we saw ...
... course as challenging as it is scenic with views overlooking Lake Okanagan. A highlight of the tour will be our visit to the palatial Mission Hills Winery for a guided tour followed by a gourmet dinner and wine pairing experience that is second to ...
... outfit but managed to sort out something ridiculous. The more outrageous the better. The opshop theme came about back in the day when everyone would attend in their nice clothes and end the night with them being damaged or dirty, so everyone decided they would wear there old clothing. As well as this theme, boys must wear a tie and girls, a garnish (usually edible!). Leanne bought her tickle trunk (dress up box) into work before we went to the party and all us ...
... the others he did his own thing, I don't know what that was but I know I had to dry his clothes every time he came home. Russ stayed at home in the morning, we have a new sim for the phone for our stay in Canada and he needed to top it up but there was problems, it was so hard to get to talk to a real person. Russ, Cooper, on one of his stops back home and I made a soup and Russ made Nachos for the adventurers when they ...
... the local banjo player talking about guarding his apples from the bears last night with a 12 gauge. His main concern was the cougars though which were also causing trouble. I don't remember the last time I protected our fruit with a 12 gauge, but they were obviously really good apples.
Another ferry trip over the lake and we had lunch while checking out the local logging yard which is basically all of the logs wired together floating in the lake. ...