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... ancient organism growing along the edge of the lake that glows giving the water a iridescent appearance.
Not many places/towns along this route but we did see the Rocky Mountain Train near Kamloop and places like Hat Creek before arriving at Sun Peaks. We will be on this train to return to Vancouver.
We woke one morning to an alarm altering us to the fact that the power was out. With an apartment full of darkness, we got ready to go skiing. We thought we may as well go out because there was no heating in the apartment anyway.
Unfortunately, we got all the way downstairs to find that the locker room which held our skis was not accessible, as you had to use a code to get in the room, and with ...
... our first sighting of a big Black / Brown Bear, and only 40 meters off the highway, we were all excited. We arrived at Sun Peaks about 1630 a long day in the bus, but a good trip and a very good bus driver in Zed. We are High up in the mountains, whereas just 1/2 hour before while having a stop and coffee it was 27o and we are in Rattle Snake country according to our very honest guidel Karen. After settling into our new hotel the 4 Q's went for ...
did allow tent camping which is not always the case. Additionally,
driving up there, I noticed that the RV parks were mostly shadeless and
crammed tight with behemoth Winnebegos. Not really a comfortable
situation for a tenter.The privately owned Hitch N Rail had some
good things going for it; it is just 15 minutes from the Ski Resort, on a
sizable fresh water lake had shady sights, and not packed tight. I was
concerned that my circus ...
... become very turbulent and is a favourite spot for white water rafting. We’re feeling quite hot and the water looks very inviting. Perhaps we’ll come back here later and have a go ourselves!
Some time later we passed by an area called the Black Canyon and then went through the Black Canyon Tunnel. Just afterwards we came upon a large osprey nest on top of a telegraph pole and noticed a little head peeping out. This area is referred to ...