Ramada Limited 100 Mile House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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It was a long day that started at 5:30 so we could drive to Penticton for our 9:00 appointment. We dropped the trailer with Cynthia and the dogs in Murray's used car lot. Across the street Murray GMC maintenance could not have been nicer. In 1 1/2 hours we were out of there. Allen thanks for the tip: There was a Tim Hortons next to Murray's and their donut holes ...
... cute log cabins and he has a pontoon at the end of which is his little plane. Tough life! The owners have been here for 23 years and love it. Apparently after next weekend they shut the RV section as the temperatures plummet to -40c here in winter, not much snow though (only 1 1/2m) and the lake freezes over. In one of their buildings, which looks similar to their house - there's a hot tub on the front deck. On the first floor there's ...
... estimated would be about 6000 miles. Canada is one big long country. I'm attaching a picture from my road trip app that I have logged each location where we have filled up with gas (green dot) or spent money (red dot). I know there is a big are that is blank - it's because I didn't know how to use correctly. We've stayed at 23 different places. Allot of moving around. ...
July 23. Arrived at lac La Hache. Had a great visit with Russ and Lila and stayed the nite.. Thanks again for the hospitality. After a tremendous breakfast and lots of coffee we were on the road again heading towards Kamloops. Just past 100 Mile House we took Highway 24 East to Highway 5 and then down to Kamloops. Tremendous ride with beautiful ...
... up I-5 north for the one hour run up to Bellingham in light traffic, then onto Hwy 542, the Mt. Baker Scenic Hwy. We traveled on this great country road, passing lots of bikes heading south from Canada, and from Nuggents Corner on Hwy 9, north to the border at Sumas, with Mt. Baker sitting in its hazy slendor to the east.
After a quick snack at a rest stop along the TransCanadian Hwy 1, we shed some layers to ...