Red Coach Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... at Walmart and of course Costco. Some basic statistics so far - We have driven 8,212 miles. As compared to the plan, we are 500 miles more than estimated. The variance occurred early on, as I did not really check the routes google maps was outlining. At an average of 9.9 miles per gallons, we've used 829.54 gallons of gasoline. 256 miles per day. The last half of the ...
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 ...
... the heat in the 90's. We headed east along the Fraser River to the town of Hope, where the road turned north, and the temps hit 95 with a nice breeze to keep us comfortable. We had anticipated this weather all the way to 100 Mile House, our stop for the night, 240 miles away. We didn't check the forecast for the route in between (ignorance is bliss, as they say).
As we headed north along the "Gold Rush ...