Howard Johnson Inn Kamloops
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... rafters floating slowly down stream on the river beside the train, who happily stopped paddling while they posed, giving passengers unobstructed views of several very white 'full moons'. Despite previous reports of a 'sasquatch' in the area we weren't fortunate enough to see one, perhaps more wine would have improved our vision in that wildlife search. Continuing on, the valley narrowed as we approached Fraser Canyon and the rushing waters of Hells Gate ...
We woke up this morning to clear and sunny skies, and although it was only 46 degrees when we left the hotel at 8:15, the day looked very promising. As a matter of fact, by the time we got to our hotel, it was over 90 degrees and a wardrobe change was required mid-way through. After our usual morning routine, we headed north to Lake Louise for another try at seeing a place I had heard of from my parents, who visited there in 1954. And it certainly did ...
... white to red and yellow Avalanche Alley: and the man made efforts to control nature and gravity Jaws of Death Gorge: the narrow stretch of the Thompson a favourite challenge route for white water rafting Ashcroft: one of the driest places in. Canada with just 10 inches of rain Kamloops: our destination for the evening. Home of paper mills and sporting venues The animal spotting was sparse but there were a few: Eagles and Ospreys nesting Deer Mountain goat Big ...
Hi all, We finally made it to Harper ! Had a ball at Sun Peaks yesterday , bus loads off powder snow and the boys all went straight up the mountain and Rach and I hit lower slopes in the morning. After we met for lunch we all went up the mountain and Rach and I were a little overwhelmed to say the least on the way down . The boys have no fear , but we did ! Roads were all icy on the return to Kamloops and same agin this morning heading Harper . The ...
... soon clear but it turned out the fog was only up there and not down in the valley.
It was a bit misty and foggy on the high parts of the Duffy Lake Road but otherwise the weather was great. I intended to get petrol in Lillooet but you actually only go through the very tip of the town, so I kept driving. I was lucky as there was a service station on the Indian reservation that was quite good.
There is so much spectacular scenery ...