Heffley Boutique Inn
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We woke one morning to an alarm altering us to the fact that the power was out. With an apartment full of darkness, we got ready to go skiing. We thought we may as well go out because there was no heating in the apartment anyway.
Unfortunately, we got all the way downstairs to find that the locker room which held our skis was not accessible, as you had to use a code to get in the room, and with ...
... right time to see the Salmon spawning, not something you see every day, pretty cool.
The third was the surprise of the day, we drove up an uninspiring mountain in an uninspiring part of the country to find an amazing Swiss style ski village in the middle of nowhere named Sun Peaks. It is very quiet but a lovely place to see at this time of year, I think it would be amazing in winter and alot more crowded. Even the golf course was impressive. Check out the photos.
I have been in the mood to be out of Seattle as much as possible
these past few months. No particular reason, just been here, done it.
Being in the great Northwest, I am surrounded by beautiful and varied
outdoor attractions. My main excuse for not getting out and enjoying it
are the never ending house chores and projects and no wife to do them.
;-)But really, my excuse for not getting off the cement is that
the outdoors are just a pain in the ...
... lush green forests with snow capped mountains, it was misty so they really looked more magical!!
Then we went through Ponderosa country, no we didn't run into Joe Cartwright and Huss (forthoe old enough to remember Bonanza. It was sparse and dry, very few trees. Finally got into Sun Peaks around 4:30pm. Sun Peaks is a Ski Resort in winter and a Golf, mountain bike type place so it was very dead as everyone had shut there doors before the summer season starts. ...
... rock scaling' this is work, not sport, where they monitor the rock faces for soundness and decide whether they need to knock any down for safety of travellers on the roads below.
Saw sections of pine forest that have been killed off by the Pine Beetle - have heard 2 trains of thought on this - the ecologist that spoke to us yesterday at the Canyon says it does ...