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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the Fraser River is most narrow and becomes extremely intense is duly named "Hell's Gate." In terms of intensity, the flow of the Fraser River at this point is twice the flow of Niagara Falls and the river is 100 feet deep. An early 1900 railway project caused a slide into the river at this location, which severely impacted the salmon population cutting the annual population catch in half. After several years of research, Canada and the U.S. undertook a joint ...
... wildlife to keep us interested.
Some of the Eagle and Osprey nests only meters from our window perched on the top of telegraph poles..
At one stage we were stopped and Carolynn just had to take a photo of cattle that wandered over to check us out..
There is an open balcony at the back of each car where you can have an even more imersive experience
Finally we arrived at Kamloops for ...
Ready to leave once again by 6 am! Headed out of Kamloops and towards the East. The scenery became lush and the mountains taller, many still snow capped. Viewed the last spike of the transcontinental Canadian railway, placed in 1885 welding Canada from east to west! Passed through Revelstoke, BC which gets an average of 49 feet of snow per year! I will now stop complaining ...
... as next summer (although less than five minutes from home and Kevan announced : "Bach' looks ridable right now!" I reminded him neither of us could stand the cold for more than 5 seconds.) The bike ride has been put off until next week when the weather is to warm to -1. But this trip, the mountain biking, the foreign culture, this is a trip we'll be talking about for a long time to come.
This bike trip would not have been what it was without our fellow ...
... reflects highly on the reason as to why we have chosen to move to Jabiru together. The second mile stone is that we finally spotted a BIG HORN RAM. We have been on the hunt to spot these through our whole trip and have came close on many occasions; Yosemite, Grand Canyon, Colorado (where they are the state animal), Hoover Dam, Southern Utah and in the Rockies The Rockies prevailed with ...