BEST WESTERN PLUS Sunrise Inn
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We have finally arrived into sunshine and no rain! Osoyoos is the only desert in Canada and we parked at a lake surrounded by other RVs and fit people with boats, canoes, paddle boards, mountain bikes etc. We of course being British, firstly went to the Cantina on site for sundowners, then went wine tasing at the local vineyards which were fantastic! Lots of Pinot Noir and Reisling, ...
... because it’s burned into rubbish? No one escapes Fire … Fire’s impact includes you the immediate victim or family and friends … and all you have to do is look around and all you see the scars left behind.
We wake in the morning to a valley filled with smoke… we’ve got an email from friends who own a cabin out of Hunters WA and the fire came within ¼ mile of their cabin before the wind ...
... felt more local. They had great ice wines. At the end of the day we arrived to Merrit, a former golden-rush town with old "wild west" buildings, currently it is a capital city of country in Canada, so you can find stars of fame and paintings of the artists everywhere in the city. There was no one around in this city on a Friday night except for bunch of looney local drunks. Walking around it felt like a beginning of a zombie movie before ...
... Moose Tracks ice cream( my fav), and a hot cinnamon bun for Farrell. We browse the small shop and come way with KVR mugs for our morning coffee. With dark clouds looming on the hills we saddle up and head back to Midway. Just like yesterday, the trip back seems so much shorter, and we are pros at getting through the gates by now. We see a flotilla of rubber ducks on the river being shepherded by a fleet of floaters. The river is ...
... fumes onto the population and killed all the trees on the surrounding hills. Greenwood was also a Japanese internment camp and the site for the movie, "Snow Falling on Cedars". Hot showers were welcomed when we returned to the lovely Riverside campground where the jovial Steve manages to fit everyone in. After a little siesta we dined on the patio at the Hote L and did a little walking tour of Midway to see the entwined trees and the beautifully carved healing circle ...