Prestige Inn Nelson
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... lunch at Cranbrook Tim Hortons.
12.30 - through Moyie
1.30 - through Creston
2.10 - Kuskanook Rest Area
3.10 - ice cream at Mojo's while waiting for ferry from Kootenay Bay
3.30 - onto the ferry to Balfour
4.10 - arrive at Balfour
4.30 - arrive at Motel - Kokanee Glacier Motel.
Going to Nelson for dinner and back to sit on the balcony sipping cocktails and taking in the uninterrupted ...
... to stay if Adam and Nura didn't get in touch, so we explored Calgary to wait for a call. The city was a shock; so many months in the wilderness makes you forget how it feels to be amongst millions of people. Late on we headed to Adam and Nura's for a long sleep. It was great to see them in their home environment instead of at a crazy festival. Adam did work a lot but we spent a few days with Nura, especially nice was a bike ride ...
... Nelson. After Kaslo we retraced our tracks along the Kootenay Lake back to the ferry landing (about 35km) and on to Nelson.
We are staying in the Cloudside Inn, an old home that had been a duplex and has been run by the owners as an Inn for 7 years. John recognised the accent immediately of the owner and was spot on with the area – she comes from the same place in the UK as a colleague (Shelley Hulland). I did my usual orientation walk (while John relaxed) as we are ...
... resemble a small castle. We passed by the Gray Creek store which looked like fun, built in 1913 and continuing to be operated by the founder's son (a hundred years later, so we can only speculate as to the current owner's age!) Their motto is " if we don't have it, you probably don't need it." Unfortunately, we had to rush to catch the ferry, so we couldn't stop to visit either spot - but we'll do so next time. We enjoyed ...
... 2000 feet and summited at about 5600
feet. What a view! We stopped a time or two to check out view and
get some pics. We also came across a NFS(National Forest Service)
crew chainsawing trees off the road. We even drove past a Border
Patrol SUV that was driving the back roads to find drug smugglers.
Later in the trip were were told of how drug smugglers use those
mountains to their advantage. That last winter 2 mexican guys had
smuggled in a bunch ...