Fairfield Inn & Suites Kelowna
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It turns out that it wasn't fog we drove through on the way to Whistler. In the morning when we awoke the town of Whistler was blanketed in what turned out to be smoke. The mountains that tower over the village were barely visible. And where there's smoke, there's fire. Huge wildfires, hundreds of them, burning across British Columbia. The weather …
... accommodate the steam train technology of the day), and how workers from around the world would have had to construct the original railway through very rugged terrain. Amazing.
We then returned to their house and enjoyed a delicious meal they prepared for us. Just after sunset, we returned to the campground and were met by three dogs that were very happy to see us.
Saturday, we awoke to much needed rain (it had rained most of ...
Each year we try to do something together as a family. This year, like last year, we decided to go to Big White for all the fun you can have on a Canadian family holiday in the snow. However this holiday had a few unexpected twists which did not include broken bones thank heaven.
The first night Shane and I went up with Celia, James and the boys. We settled in easily to the condo we are now all familiar with. Had a nice ...
... helped a lady get up after a crash and was feeling quite confident. We met up and had some food and hot drinks. With tummies happy, Russ, Rob, Margaret and Sue took me up and I mean up. I don't know where but they told me I can do it, it is only a green run. Well it was the longest, steepest and scarcest thing I have done, it took quite a long time to get back down, lots of crashes, lots of laughs and lots of walking ...
... the Lawrence Ferry. Our entertainment came in the form of a lady with three dogs. Julia, Snowball and Maggie were small terriers that seemed to ignore anything that she said despite her saying it many, many, many times. The entire ferry was familiar with all of the dogs names before we had even boarded.
After landing on solid ground again we continued south and arrived at Nakusp which is known for its Hot Springs and was quite a pretty spot. After ...