Glacier House Resort
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This little town has turned out to be a real gem. There's lots to do and the scenery around the town is fabulous. The town is most notably a railway town and the trains on the Canadian Pacific Railroad go day and night, some trains over 3km long, pulling more than 200 wagons. We have hiked to the summit of Mt Revelstoke, although I should add it wasn't from the base, as an amazing switchback road takes you to a car park ...
... saw Boo at the edge of his area. How exciting (and thankfully not scary!). We observed him at close quarters for a good 30 minutes or so as he frantically foraged around for some food. As it's now August and with a period of hibernation looming, bears enter a phase called hyperphagia where they eat continuously in order to gain enough weight to survive the winter and Boo was definitely doing his best on that score!
The day was ...
... to back down the hill since the turn was to sharp. Visited Emerald Lake-Lake Louise was originally called Emerald Lake, but once this was seen, the name got changed after granddaughter (Louise). Pass through Golden (Service base for car repair anytime of day, played John Denver on the bus on Moms Birthday. Changed Time Zones at 4:47. Spent the night at Revelstoke. In Revelstoke in 1971-1972 there was 80 ft of snow. The Columbia River was there. ...
... Revy jsem si prostě před odjezdem z Kanady nemohl odpustit, a musel jsem si sem zajet užít pořádné lyžovačky. Farmu ve Wetaskiwinu jsem opustil úterní ranní jízdou do Calgary s rodinou Goeij, kteří odlétali na týden na Floridu. Loučením s farmou, lidmi, prací a místem jsem byl zaměstnán celý poslední týden. Bylo to těžké, to místo mi přirostlo k srdci, ale tak to v životě chodí. V Calgary jsem ...
... in Kelowna we headed for the Tourist Information to find out about the town & the Okanagan Wine trail which we hoped to do the next day. It was whilst in Tourist Information that we found out about Ogopogo Kelowna's answer to the Loch Ness monster. This was revealed by a Facebook comment from Jon Cole & by all the posters around. Naturally I wanted to go Ogopogo spotting but Caroline said he wasn't real. She would later discover that he is alive & kicking ...