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... motel for a cuppa before embarking on the bus for a fairly long day.
Crossed from Alberta into British Columbia and lost an hour on time. Stopped for lunch at a view point of Mount Robson, the highest mountain in British Columbia. Also we have now extra tax as apart from GST we now have PST (provincial ) on top plus Tips so it all adds up on top of the displayed price???
Stopped at a small ...
... bag and a can of hormel. I say that I
prefer minimal, but it never quite works out. In addition to the
sleeping bag, there is the sleeping pad, and the can of Hormel requires a
stove, and a lighter and fuel. The tent needs a tarp underneath it to
protect the floor from ripping. Multiple versions of clothes also need
to be hauled along to handle weather changes or just a need to put
something clean on. And of course all that stuff needs to go in a ...
... reach it. It is like coming across a Swiss Alpine village, all newly built with traditional buildings, bell towers and typical restaurants. All very tidy and nice!
We dumped our bags and rushed out to get something to eat as it was getting late and restaurants close very early here. We went into the Bella Italia restaurant which was still open and had a really great Italian meal, with good wine and wonderful service. A lovely end to an exhausting ...
... Cisco Crossing - very high over Fast-flowing swirling water. It is now 4 pm, we are sitting.....waiting for everything to be in place before we go over the 'SWING BRIDGE" will try and get in place for a photo. Just before we cross over the River into Vancouver. Frazer river Swing Bridge. Crops being cut, waiting to be baled. Blackberries growing wild and making a hedgerow. Planted Berry bushes in rows. Huge bans for sheltering the animals in ...
... alarms leaving me to get up and turn them off! Great work guys...
The next day starter slow, slower for Shan and even slower for Simon where his day started in the afternoon! We went and got some breakfast at the crepe café and checked out the village. We then headed up to the mountain which we basically had to ourselves, the sun came out for us so we could take in the great views around us.