Destiny Beach Resort
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... like Dunkin Donuts). They are conveniently located on every street corner and Canadians LOVE it.
7. Friendly Canadians – yes they are annoyingly nice (except for the people working at the UPS store in Penticton, and migration officers).
For the next few days we’ll continue to try and catch nighthawks. We are also slowly starting to gear up for the long drive to Alaska towards the end of this ...
... very disgusted migration officer that we were apparently of great benefit to Canada, although he did not see how it applied...but nevertheless decided to let us through. Thank goodness! I guess thermal imaging cameras and Pelican cases filled with tracking equipment and wires came across as slightly suspicious. Flambeau and Klaas on the other hand, only smiled through the car window - entrance approved on the spot!
... expensive bikes that would spend a lot of time and miles on a bike rack but we wanted ones that would serve our needs. I think we chose well.
During the afternoon one of the group hosted a happy hour that allowed us to visit with others that we had not yet connected with. Don did a final adjustment of the bike rack and we settled in to watch Game of Thrones and Outlander. Can’t miss our ...
... to some less expensive internet before I upload! Janet has recently moved to Oliver and she and her husband grow orchids. Oh my, are they wonderful! Marianne is an artist is a charter member of FAN, a fibre art group to which I belong. I have heard about her for years and it was a real pleasure to put name and face together.
Janet and her husband Don suggested Tinhorn Creek winery for lunch and we were not disappointed. The food, today’s ...
... a spontaneous tour of the fibre arts rooms at the Selkirk College. It is 'marking week so just some of the teachers were on site. More on that at my art blog on diane-duncan.com.
We added money to the meter and returned to the old post office, now museum and art gallery for a perceptive art exhibit by Boukie Elzinga, based on experiences in Mexico from the perspective or a 'traveler'. I loved the curators use of the K. Chesterton quote ...