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Vancouver what a beaut city, if you haven't been and have the chance do it really easy to get around and a very interesting city to look at. We did the hop on hop off for $40 each and it was worth it. The bus did usual town type stops but also did a drive through a place called Stanley Park. For Ice Hockey fans the park is named after the Stanley Cup fella. For others the park is like Kings park ...
... host welcomes us to Snowdrifters guesthouse, very comfortable accommodation attached to her house. Monday A drive up the Meadows in the Sky parkway brings us close to the summit of Mt Revelstoke in the national park of the same name. From the summit a myriad of trails set out. We initially visit an historical fire tower no longer in use before beginning the longer Eva lakes trail. This winds it's way through ...
... 382;e u nás tomu tak bohužel stále není.
Ve čtvrtek sněžilo znovu, v pátek také.... nevím, kdy to skončilo, pač já musel bohužel v odjet do Vancouveru. Stále sněžilo. Nicméně, sněhu tu za těch pár dní spadlo vážně dost. Lyžování bylo naprosto vynikající, užíval jsem si to plnými doušky.
Tak zatím nashle Revy! Bude se mí stýskat. Nebudu ale říkat sbohem nebo ...
... actually still inching their way forward on the journey down to become roaring waterfalls and great torrents in the foothills around Canmore and beyond.
For once, I am also travelling in the right direction. Crossing East to West the gradients are kinder and the climbing less, the weeks of pernicious uphill roads through the prairies have also added 1000 metres between Lake Superior and Canmore.
My second and final mountain climb was through Rogers Pass. Already at ...
... pastures on the lead into Kamloops. The amount of water in this country is phenomenal. At no stage were we not by a river, creek, giant giant lakes or dams. As we rolled thru Salmon Arm, another larger town on a giant lake a giant storm started to roll in over the top of where we were headed. Being the responsible people we are we decided to keep driving and make it ...