Howard Johnson Inn Kamloops
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... day in Canada - sigh!!
We hope that you have enjoyed travelling with us over these past weeks. It started out just for the family, and then we thought of a few more who might be interested, and so it grew from there.
We look forward to catching up with many of you at the Melboune convention in October, or on another occasion.
With warmest love and greetings
John and Helen
... great trip"s, we head back down to 103, finish last minute details, grab our bags, and head down to the car. It's amazing how much stuff you feel that you need for a 3 week trip. We have to plan for the cold damp climate of a Washington DC winter day, yet have to bring clothes for the warm Caribbean days (we hope). Then we have to plan everything to fit into the parameters of American Airlines baggage restrictions, at the end of our trip. Another condition we had to consider it ...
... us driving along creek beds and even crossing a lake without the aid of a bridge. Not a bad effort for a Chevy Cruse sedan.
Kamloops is an industry city as well servicing the mining, cement and wood pulping industries. It's not very scenic but a place to rest our heads on the way to Jasper. Now the challenge is to find a restaurant for dinner and a couple of glasses of ...
... very tempting chair, they've even had a lady come in there and unpack a picnic lunch!
Decided to do the Peak 2 Peak gondola and also took the extra chairlift to the summit
Longest unsupported span in the world between Whistler & Blackcomb at something like 3kms! Great views from up the top but happy we didn't score a glass bottomed gondola cabin.
Driving from Whistler to Kamloops. Saw our first bear when it ran ...
... in a bid to learn yet another new language. We headed out, ate in a place called Denny’s which is apparently quite big in America, stumbled across a Ukrainian orthodox church and then on our way home came up with our brilliant idea of getting peanut butter at a 7/11 for sandwiches on our coach journeys. Kamloops is quite an oddity in that it is nestled up in the Rockies but the town and the surrounding area is relatively flat; being built in a kind of plateau. ...