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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a look at Granville Island, loaded with markets and speciality shops. It was packed, with just about everyone holding (or in their hair) a small Canadian flag which were given out free. But it was interesting. On the way in we spoke to Tim and Shane who were on a lit stand, featuring the Creation brochure. Just to digress here had an email from a brother I know from Hong Kong Bethel. His comments were "We ...
... care of our Gus. We would have loved to bring him as our groups' trail dog but since that was out of the question, leaving him with you was the best for him and he'll still be dreaming of all the doggy play dates, runs in the park, cuddles, trips to the nursing home for pets and many plays in the snow for a long time to come. He might not even mind when he notices us take the bikes out of the hockey bags....well....mind a lot less anyway :)
Kevan + Cheryl
The drive from Whistler to Kamloops was a sceneic journey of mountains, lakes, forests and then open plains. Stopping in at Nairn Falls provided a chance to stretch the legs and walk the 3km loop to take some photos. The trip is dangerous though. Its easy to see a beautiful vista and just about drive off the road. Stacey is doing well though, only one brief excursion out of ...
... facts about nature including that bears wake up during hibernation, give birth and the cubs keep feeding while Mum goes back into hibernation for a few more months.
Saw a deer during one of the zip lines but no bears or cougars.
Stinky Pete Jeff had a shower, we checked out, dumped the bags and headed for lunch at a creperie. For sweets had icecream cones from "Cows". Flavours included "Wowie Cowie" and "Mooey Gooey". ...
... state I was in. Talking about the hostel on the coach we had already prepared ourselves for the very real possibility that our ‘hostel’ was actually someone’s house. As soon as we pulled into the driveway (of surprise surprise a house) we were greeted by a very elderly Japanese man and it was clear that our suspicions were right. The guy (we never caught his name – although Jack insisted on nicknaming him) was very accommodating and showed us ...