BEST WESTERN PLUS Sunrise Inn
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... a spontaneous tour of the fibre arts rooms at the Selkirk College. It is 'marking week so just some of the teachers were on site. More on that at my art blog on diane-duncan.com.
We added money to the meter and returned to the old post office, now museum and art gallery for a perceptive art exhibit by Boukie Elzinga, based on experiences in Mexico from the perspective or a 'traveler'. I loved the curators use of the K. Chesterton quote ...
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I know there are a number of you from around the world who followed us through New Zealand, Vietnam and Cambodia. Unfortunately I have lost touch with some of you but if you are interested in traveling ...
... is to be home...safe and sound!
Thank you all for being such an attentive audience. I will now be able to publish a hard cover book that will have all the details, pictures and comments that we will always have and be able to reflect on this period of time in our lives. Hopefully most of you enjoyed at least some of the segments as much as I did creating them.
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... we have roads like that in BC. It twists and turns and winds back and forth until it kinks around a rock where you literally can’t go more than 20 kph. My uncle told me later he drove that road when it was one lane around that corner and there were no barriers. I can’t imagine it!
Needless to say, I didn’t get many photos throughout the day, but I must say, even in the rain, BC has some very spectacular fall foliage along this route. ...
... all these different styles of places could be located so close to each other, I guess it takes all kinds, but it was interesting to see and hear how each place had started and developed.
And the backdrop was absolutely stunning. I guess it takes a certain kind of landscape to grow grapes, because Argentina was very similar. Clear skies, and tall mountains, with vines stretching up both sides of valleys. Very cool to look ...