Revelstoke Gateway Inn
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... I do not know when it ended up , 'cause I unfortunately had to leave to Vancouver. It was still snowing . However , my skiing was absolutely amazing, legendary, I enjoyed it a lot!
See you later Revy ! I do not say goodbye or something like that ... Same way as I finished the summer blog about Revy, I finish this one now. I believe that I will come back sometimes again, well, next time certainly along with Romča again and… who know how many of us will be that time ...
... the kiosk, at least Steve was, but Sue wanted to meet the family!
We said goodbye to Nigel and Lorna earlier this morning and headed off in opposite directions. Had a great weekend with them and thoroughly enjoyed their company in Banff.
A shorter drive tomorrow to our final hotel in Kelowna before the flight ...
... some but in reality it was probably only a day or two. I think we just know it is so hard to find vegetables when you eat out, its always chips or sometimes salad but unfortunately that always has some thick kind of dressing which the salad relies on if you want any flavour, so we make the most of our own cooking and access to a well stocked grocery store. With our bellies full and blogs complete...behind but catching up, all that was left to do was go to bed. Night! ...
... Parks before heading to the Okanagan. Glacier NP protects the heart of the Selkirk Mountains the highest range in the Columbia Mountains (previously called the Interior Ranges of BC). As you can expect the mountain scenery is majestic! The Trans Canada Highway crests these mountains at the historic Rogers Pass. Nature trumped progress when the Canadian Pacific Railway finally built a tunnel through the ...
... was spectacular, with signs of avalanches and landslides for miles. We passed through many tunnels built in avalanche-prone areas. Don’t think we’d like to be anywhere near the Pass in the winter. The Canyon hot springs are more pool-like than the ones we found in Lussier Hot Springs. The waters in Lussier flowed directly from the mountain, smelled of sulphur, and had temperature fluctuations between + 27 and + ...
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