Quality Inn Castlegar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... energy. All our conversations are so loaded with conscious thought and openness, it's such a stimulating environment to be in.
We have been working hard outside to harvest all the crops and prepare the farm for the winter. I have had a chance to try a lot of new things such as angle-grinding, felling trees and beginning work on the construction of a new veranda.
All the WWOOFers here are such beautiful people, but I have been spending ...
... back in to Nelson for the Farmer's market and another look around, then back to the farm for more food and yoga. It's all very relaxing and I'm learning so much.
Today another worker showed up, bringing the total to 6. There are a couple more starting later on in the week.
I'm about to head back to the communal area for a dinner of whole salmon and freshly picked sweet potato, with peach cobbler for desert. Not too shabby.
Hope everyone is well back home! Much ...
Oh Canada !!! How I love to be back in Canada ... I crossed the border at lunchtime, from Idaho at the small town of Porthill. The Canadian official was charming -- he made me recite my itinerary through BC and Yukon to Alaska, and I was only too happy to oblige. If this is torture -- sign me on... I was trying to think why I enjoy being here -- I think it is that the Canadians manage ...
... of yet another clothing layer we started the final ascent to the summit with frequent stops to take in our surroundings. Prairie dog Townley continued to sniff out new routes on the way up for either another day this year or for when we return which for sure we would.
Once on the summit we quickly converted our gear to downhill mode, got the obligatory summit snap and looked around for a good drop in. Mark ...
... the 6 for Nelson. Nelson boasts over 350 heritage buildings, some dating from the late 1800's. A very cute town for sure, oddly awash with hippies (or some cross between hippies and yuppies because real estate doesn't come cheap in Nelson). It also, apparently, is awash with city councillors who don't like dogs as they've banned them from the heritage area of the town. Our theory: It was a way to keep real hippies (the ...