The Coast Hillcrest Resort Hotel
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... My calves & muscles have finally settled - it has been a while because of the bursitis I have had in the hip for a while and therefore not able to do a lot of walking before coming. I did have an injection which improved it immensely but that was just 2 weeks before we left. Anyway, the power of the water and the depth of the carved out ravine was just gobsmacking. We came back to see the first bridge at the end and met up with two coach loads!! so we ...
... long, not too deep but still a big lake to drive down one side, around the bottom through Penticton and up the other side to Naramata. One quirky place we stopped on the way was Log Cabin, it was an interesting bizarre place! Full of dinosaur statues, little gardens, gift shop and food hall. Run by Mennonites it was a pleasure to stop and check it out. The kids' (and my) favourite was the goat walkway where you could buy some feed for them, put it in a ...
... was a roaring thunder coming from directly behind us. To our utter dismay there was a LONG train going through at lightning speed, it took about 5 minutes for it to pass! We tried to go back to sleep but there was another huge train coming about every 20 minutes. After about an hour of this we said "screw this!" And pulled out to find another spot... Gill and chika were fast asleep. We found a big trucker stop with a gas station and just crashed there for the ...
... Until 25-30 years ago small transit town lost deep in the heart of the Canadian mountains. Nowdays year-round destination mainly due to Trans-Canada Highway 1 and new world class ski resort, where tourists flock for a very wide range of outdoor activities.
I brought about Revelstoke a lot in my few blogs from winter season 2011/12 , when me and Romča spent here four months working, skiing and .... well skiing :-) I am not gonna repeat again what ...
... of complex calculations based on weight, speed, the alignment of the planets, worked out that I need to consume approximately 770 calories an hour whilst cycling (with another 1200+ a day for general functioning).
Put in simple terms that's 1.7 donuts an hour (Tim Horton's maple frosted are my current favourite there).
It surprised me how much fuel I actually need. I'm a grazer by nature, preferring to eat little and often, and at home, I have a pretty healthy diet, low in ...