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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from 100 Mile House
... to it and the first week was really intense and overwhelming!
And sometimes it was just too much and I just wanted to be back home, asking myself how I came to this crazy idea of spending three weeks in the woods in the middle of nowhere with a whole bunch of weird people!
On one of my first days at camp (I was just "given" a role in skit - basically I had no chance of saying no...) , Steph, the director of Educo Canada (who, job ...
... River Canyon. The river has carved a deep canyon in which you find yourself as you drive. Along the way we found a small waterfall by the side of the road and we came across what we hope is our only wildfire. The mountainside on the other side of the river was smoldering and we watched a helicopter take up water out of the river and drop it on the fire. Unfortunately much of this area is dry so wildfires are a real ...
... Lake expecting a bit more than an old run down country store....we were hungry!
Oh we'll - continuing on up the road, we arrived at Bridge Lake( New business district), where we had an excellent home made meal.
Once back to the campsite, we calculated our riding distance to be 75 km! After a fairly sedentary few weeks, we both felt it, but it was all ...
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, ...
We continued North, where numerous wineries beckon you to come in for a taste. There were many traffic stops for paving of roads. It seemed like we would just get up to speed and there was that flag person with his "stop" sign.
We stopped at Hat Creek Ranch and visited the 1800's Roadhouse. The Roadhouse was built on the Cariboo Wagon Road ...