Good Knight Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... before continuing north to see Whistler. Again, due to the rains and heavy cloud cover, you could not see the mountain tops. Continuing along the curves of 99 and after passing a few small towns we arrived in Cache Creek. Did I mention...Deb saw another bear? This town was an important crossroads for the fur trade and was once the largest between Kamloops and Vancouver. Not so much ...
... itself. The river is full of old tree trunks that
are from trees being washed away, when it is in spate.
Talking of spate the boys were having fun telling sturgeon stories and I was
concerned that if you caught one of these two hundred old fish and played it
out so that you could catch it, wouldn't not die when you let it go. No chance.
There was a story of a man who caught a small sturgeon and kept it to eat it,
in his fridge, this is illegal and when ...
... hop out and bathe on the bench for a good half hour until we are dry and warm from the sunshine. A few more people come and go and Don again decides it's time for one last dip. "When will we get this chance again?" He is right. I get some pics of him (proof) and then begrudgingly join him. He is out within minutes and gets some photographic evidence of me before I froze. Back to MP where we heated up some soup and had a beer in the sun before heading off to ...
We left in the late afternoon and started driving north; we ended up in a nice little town called Cache Creek. We stayed at the Brookside RV Park. There was a nice little brook/stream running through the property. Karen and I dipped our feet into the cool water. It was good that we were at a regular park so we could plug in and have A/C. Yes, we are ...
... had been doing that work since 1987. After seeing her uncle, with whom she was very close, choose alcohol over her as well as the ruin of his life, she felt she had a calling to work with those struggling with addiction. I asked if she had noticed any changes during her tenure. She said that drugs such as meth and cocaine had become much more prevalent whereas it used to be mainly only alcohol. I asked why she thought things had changed and she ...