The Recreation Inn & Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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When we woke we looked outside saw several elk grazing through the campground. They were all very close by and seemed very comfortable being around people. As we drove through the north end of the park we saw more elk and also a small herd of pronghorn antelope. This route took us through Gardiner Montana. This is a small and very western looking town. It was what I pictured Cody would be like and ...
... go straight from Cedar Creek to here. However, we got there just in time to snaffle a table out on the terrace, having done our wine tasting while waiting for the table to be cleared. The tasting was interesting - we've tried to sample things we've not had before, and they were offering a wine they called Chalice. Supposed to be an icewine (see yesterday - grapes frozen on the vine), this batch was put into a cask to mature but then forgotten ...
... eating snags and lamingtons. Still having blue sunny days! Not enough snow unfortunately. It's getting pretty icey and we are losing motivation to ride everyday. Once snow comes our morale should shoot through the roof. Bree and dusty selected Vance joys, riptide to be number one so went in the draw to win a snowboard but unfortunately both didn't get it ...
... hide the tops form view. We have several trails planned for today and have some concerns that the rain will stop us from walking on all of them.
First stop is Roger's Pass National Historic Site. This is the site ...
Kelowna was another nice town, much bigger than Golden and Vernon, also with lots of farming and vineyards in the area. After touring around a little bit, we learned that its also a much more expensive place to live. It's considered the 'Napa Valley’ of Canada, complete with vineyards, a beautiful lake, and lots of sailing in the area. We didn’t get a good look at Ogopogo the lake monster, maybe he was sleeping.