Howard Johnson Inn Kamloops
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... there, as it was the opening day. The sockeye really stand out as they are red with green heads. We went the way that we have been before and there was no viewing platform. Later, we found some rangers and they said it had been washed away in the floods and they had built a new one on the other side. There were fishermen out there fishing and they are trying to catch the “”dolly varden” fish. These follow the sockeye eating ...
... of vegetation moved to support more than the blue dusty tumble weed like brush. Just before we started to see the lumber companies that late morning we were seeing more and more deciduous trees. The Land shapes Changed fron the desert like cut to the mountains around us, and as the seemed to move farther away, the harsher cut of the newer mountains could just be made out on the ...
... rain all day.
However our guide did say we would see a lot of trees today.
Seen some Beaver homes, which as instructed, Nev took photo of. Still bear country, but after big lunch and unlimited alcoholic beverages, a lot of dozing is going on, not much bear spotting! Just passed through ClearWater...
Sun came out this afternoon, just as we were coming into Kamloops, our destination for today.
So although ...
... 4 local wines, all of which were great.
Not only did we have a great view from upstairs, with the height advantage and the curved glass roof, but we also had the balcony area at the back, fully open for fresh air and a view without having to look through glass.
For a lot of the way, the trains have something called 'directional running'. There are two train companies that originally built tracks through the rockies. ...
... would happen on the one day that I was not in a rush. I grabbed a fruit salad, then headed out of JFK to the taxi lane. I found my cab soon after, my driver was an East Indian fellow named Rocky (something tells me that's not his real name). Rocky explained to me how the taxi system worked. He leases the cab for $110 a day. He is committed for the week, so if he takes a day off it doesn't matter. The week will cost him $770. Once gas is included in, he needs about $160 per day ...