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... as we watch in awe.
In the afternoon, we arrive at the alpine village of Sun Peaks nestled at the base of three mountain peaks. It is a late arrival at Sun Peaks so after settling in, we make our way to the bar downstairs for "Happy Hour" sippers. Started with just us four and ended up with about half of our tour group. Our circle just kept getting bigger and bigger.
We had one rest day after nearly a week of skiing. We were feeling a little sore and tired, so we wanted a day where we could re-energise and get geared up for the next week of skiing.
Mum and Dad decided to drive down to Kamloops to pick up a few more things for food, while ...
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 ...
... We stopped and had lunch at Revelstoke (7600 people here), called 3 Valley Gap owned by Athol and George which has a ghost town and the biggest collection of Stuff I have ever seen, steam engines pianos, pins and everything in between massive big buildings right on the edge of a lake 5 story Chalet, helicopter, we were only there for 45 mins, we could have stayed all day and sill not seen it all, our Brother Peter, would have dribbled for a ...
... feet wide gorge. It was named in 1808 by Simon Fraser because it reminded him of the Gates of Hell. We then passed on by Skuzzy Creek, named after the boat built in 1882 to transport railway supplies up the river through Hell’s Gate. After many unsuccessful attempts, a complex system using a steam winch and ring bolts attached to the canyon walls, along with the manpower of 150 Chinese labourers successfully moved the boat through Hell’s Gate ...