Ramada Limited 100 Mile House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today was a travel day. We left a little later than usual since we had to stop at the bank before we left to exchange our money. Then it was north to the border. We crossed at Sumas, Washington to Abbotsford, BC. The crossing was once again very smooth with just a few questions and we were on our way.
We travel for only a brief time on the TransCanada Highway before heading north. For quite a while we drove the ...
The truck navigation system tried to get us to drive straight up Hwy 1 from Hope to Lac La Heche, but I convinced it to take Hwy 5 (the Coquihalla Hwy) through Kamloops. Even with the clouds and rain, it was worth the extra kilometers. I actually enjoyed the start of the drive best, and hoped the canyon drive would continue. No vista points along the way, ...
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 ...
... through southern British Colombia through one quaint town after another. I regret not taking pictures at all of the welcome signs. I just got a couple. They were all very unique and usually included a largest of something - like largest fishing pole, largest gold mining pan, largest snow skis. Oh well you get the picture - or not because I did not grab the camera fast ...