Prestige Inn Nelson
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... one along a railway with a train moving slowly towards us. This immediately brought to mind our adventures with friends, one of which is a serious train buff. As we ate we were entertained by the process required to jockey cars around so that like cars were grouped together.
Once we had sorted out what the crew was doing and the mechanics of how they were doing it, we proceeded to Creston. At this point ...
... that I made and turkey stuffing without the turkey (free the turkeys!), then sat around a fire with a few guitars and some bongos until pretty late. When I first came to North America I had a fear that I would spend Thanksgiving by myself, so it was really comforting to realise that I'd found people to share this with.
In my time at Chuckleberry I've had a chance to experiment with my cooking and diet. For the past 5 days I attempted to ...
... up here. Looking over the countryside as we flew by gave me a really good snapshot of British Columbia as a whole - like reading the blurb of a book. I got to Nelson quite late, but had organised a place to stay via Couchsurfing so I had a bed and some local knowledge which was peachy!
My plan in Nelson is to work on a farm called 'Chuckleberry Community' - a small commune up in the hills which is fully sustainable and organic. I work there, ...
... be close to arrival. But unfortunately we were still far from, nevertheless everyone perked up and took in the surrounding views. We soon arrived at Grand Forks for a breaky stop at A&W. Bacon and eggers, hash browns and coffees kept everyone's bellies satisfied for the next 2 and 1/2 hrs of the trip. Other towns we past through were Beaverdell, Midway, Greenwood and lastly Nelson before we made it to Whitewater. We were greeted at Whitewater with ...
... It was 2! Where did the day go? Found an incredible restaurant with a very interesting menu. But even more interesting was talking with the logger at the table next to me. Gave me the skinny on the beetle kill and some local logging color.
After getting into Nelson, I headed to the riverside patio for a cold beer. Another incredible day. Oh, did I say that the weather was perfect: clear sunny skies in the upper ...