Kokanee Springs Golf Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... ferry left Balfour at about 10am for the 35 minute trip to Kootenay on the other side of the lake.
It's a scenic drive the lake and on the way we stopped off at the Glass House. It was built by a funeral director in the 1950's out of 600,000 embalming bottles, novel but not particularly impressive.
We stopped off at Creston for lunch at a pub and then continued on to Fernie arriving about 5:30pm (mountain Time) ...
... 2) bunch together - ideally 4 or more is best!, and finally (3) get your bear spray ready. The fact that stuck most in my mind; A bear can eat up to 250k berries in a day - unbelievable!
So, ready for bed, it was indeed with some trepidation that Selina and I wandered back to our Lodge - with the knowledge that Cougars typically attack from the back……suffice to say - it was a very quick walk!
As you may know I just graduated from University and plan on doing some traveling. I will spend a month backpacking Thailand before I move on to New Zealand. I have a working holiday visa for NZ and could be there for a year (or more :P) I hope to do some other trips throughout the year (Australia, Vietnam, almost anywhere...) But only time and money can tell where I will end up. Joining me ...
... breakfast consumed we were on the road by 9:50, with more top 10 Destination Highways to ride today. Cloudy and sultry at 72 degrees, we headed on Hwy 6 out of Kelowna toward Kootenay Bay.
Between Vernon and Needles, BC is DH 2, the second best motorcycle road in British Columbia. Narrow, winding twisties, long sweeping curves, excellent pavement and awesome scenery ...
... road and how it hugged right up
to the mountain while your tires hugged the edge of the cliff. I
must admit I was a little nervous that these stories were true. I
didn't want to be driving on a unstable road just for the chance to
see some Canadian city. As we got along I realized the road wasn't
going to be too bad. Not like anything I havn't driven before. It
had its typical rocks and bumps along with the random debris or tree
to avoid. We started ...