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... br> We stopped for a picnic on the banks on the River Thompson and then we were off to complete the trip to Sun Peaks Resort.
Arriving at Sun Peaks the sun was still blazing the ski runs were a rich green and we watched a fox chase marmots whilst we sampled the local brew...perfect.
We started off the morning with a Tim Hortons breakfast, which is just about the best way to start the day. It was a short walk from our hotel room, which was really convenient, and also a nice way to see the snow-covered town.
After checking out of the hotel, we went to Costco for mum and dad to start the food shopping we'd need for Sun Peaks. From there, we went to Walmart to buy all the food that ...
... at the superb old vehicles from 1902 so much stuff unbelievable. Back onto our coach, then stopped at Craigellachie, where the last spike was driven for the Canadian Railways in November 7 1885 just on 3000 miles of track through mountains and incredible hostile country. A coal train went past while we were there and 126 carriages 3 engines all added up to 2 3/4 Klm long, they generally go to 3 Klm long. Just past Chase 1/2 hour and at 1445 ...
... t fit in some tent sites very well
so I moved up to a medium size RV site for $35.The good thing
about RV sites is that they have electric connections, The bad thing is
that Canada is changing their campground power over to 30 amps with the
resulting special plug that I didn't have. It seams that all the luxury
RVs are drawing more power than the old 20 amps could handle causing
some overheated power cords. I had to plug in my queen sized ...
... spectacular. As we neared Vancouver, the land flattens a little into the Fraser valley which is rich farming area on fertile flood plains where all sorts of crops including corn and blue berries, are prolific. Amongst all of that we were again provided with superb food, and service and enjoyed a much faster train ride than on the first day. It such a great way to see the famous Rockies and its surroundings, no words can do justice to its ...