Comfort Inn & Suites
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... was still 38c. After the air conditioned train trip,it took its toll.
We were given a R M badge with a bonus $10 deal at the casino, which was right next to the hotel. It was cool amd refreshing. The host chatted to us for a while, we shared a few jokes and ended up with a $20 voucher. We left 3 hours later, $100 up. A nice way to end the day.
Its the fourth day of this endless trip, and in Kamloops a Lady got on train. She had a ticket and a reservation at the exact same berth as me. The Conductor gave up my berth for this really nice white haired Lady. I tried to sleep but first I could't. After the train arrived in Vancouver, the Conductor had to shake me to wake me up. But finally I ...
... and we will see you on the walk tomorrow with the rest of the team.
Today Tuesday was a lazy start to the day which had me laying in bed while Penny was up and off to Yoga before I was up. We then took a drive out to the Pumpkin Farm. They grow them especially for Thanks Giving which I think is this weekend in Canada and then its followed by Halloween at the end of the month. They also had a Corn Maze which I didn't attempt. We drove around the ...
... extended stop. As we were told, there are sensors on the train tracks that identify any malfunctions with the wheels of trains. Those sensors proved their worth this morning, when they identified a problem (Don't get excited, it was not our train!) with one wheel on the over 10,000-foot freight train coming toward us and sharing the same track. That's the good news! The not-so-good news was that the train had to be "walked" two miles to be examined and ...
... Washington, we will meet up with the Australian Eleys, who have packed for their month and a half North American journey. We will be renting a vehicle in Washington and take a week to drive down to Fr. Lauderdale and I'm sure that the luggage for 4 travellers will more than fill up the luggage compartment. Shortly after coffee was finished, we packed the Mercedes and commenced our journey. After a brief stop at the Senior's Village to say goodbye to mom, we were on our way ...