Fireside Inn & Conference Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Traveling from Kelowna to Cranbrook pick Castlegar to stay as it was about half way.
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... of time with a couple of WWOOFers in particular: Martin and Alex. Martin (or Maciej) was the only WWOOFer here before me and I got to share a caravan with for about a week or so. He's super chilled out, quite insightful and really funny. Alex is from Tassie and we've really bonded since he arrived 2 weeks ago. He just finished his Masters if Philosophy and is so passionate ethics, learning and life. He has a stack of really interesting ideas and ...
... back in to Nelson for the Farmer's market and another look around, then back to the farm for more food and yoga. It's all very relaxing and I'm learning so much.
Today another worker showed up, bringing the total to 6. There are a couple more starting later on in the week.
I'm about to head back to the communal area for a dinner of whole salmon and freshly picked sweet potato, with peach cobbler for desert. Not too shabby.
Hope everyone is well back home! Much ...
Castlegar, where I ended up after 250 miles of wonderful mountain biking, is a small town at the confluence of the Columbia and the Kootenay -- two of the major rivers of the Northwest. The scenery is splendid. The rivers are huge. There is a strong Russian influence on this town (who would have known) and a group called the Doukhobor settled here at the end of the 19th ...
... a bit more, the deep snow did fall away from under us and caused us to lose our balance. Townley navigated and picked the sweetest route down, well spaced trees along side open avalanche chutes. The lower we got the higher our confidence was and really started to work the pow. Townley raved about his new skis and how they were built for these sort of conditions - yawn yawn.
Paul stuck with us and did struggle on ...
... to get lodging through a website called couch surfing. Couch surfing is a website with a community of people, who share their couch. This is a really neat idea! I have only message one person so far to see if I would be able to stay with then for a couple of days in Sydney I hope that they accept so I don't have to look for other people to ask.
Well that's it for now. I will post something new when I get close to my ...