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... wildlife to keep us interested.
Some of the Eagle and Osprey nests only meters from our window perched on the top of telegraph poles..
At one stage we were stopped and Carolynn just had to take a photo of cattle that wandered over to check us out..
There is an open balcony at the back of each car where you can have an even more imersive experience
Finally we arrived at Kamloops for ...
... surrounding the stupa, not wanting to leave.
This time heeding local advice (unlike my last flight from Toronto to Kamloops), we left for the airport when suggested, which turned out to be sage advice. From the counter delays at China Eastern to the passport official who abruptly decided at 2pm it was time to end the day (apparently the short work day also extended to airport staff) we had little downtime in the airport before our flight.
... so angry that when he pulls onto the road he starts driving on the wrong side for the first and last time of the trip.
We spend the night in Kamloops where all the locals were keen to tell us was just as good as Vancouver or Calgary (inferiority complex much?) It was alright. Had a nice wander round the farmers market the next morning. Turns out America does ...
... of Hope. It was clear and sunny most of the day but it clouded over and we got rain just north of Hope. And, the wind really picked up as the day went on.
in a real testament to how beautiful the scenery has been, Bill has actually been riding close to the speed limit :-) Oh, and for Stalone fans, First Blood was filmed in Hope.
... still drunk! Though that faded and tiredness and seediness rolled in way too fast. The ride back to Kamloops that we had managed to hook up the night before fell through, so we sat around until after 2.30pm starting to stress majorly on how to get back in time for a 5pm Greyhound bus home! And we refused to pay the stupid shuttle fare again so we decided, screw it, wrote a sign on a bit of a leftover beer carton and went and stood on the main road out of the village trying not ...