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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... up and just getting pictures not swimming we thought we must be in the wrong spot. So we walked around a tad more and found no other lake entrance. Back we go. We strip off, towels down, feet in and some foul language muttered under our breathe. This is a glacial lake, fresh melted ice. 8-10 degree water. Don is determined. In he goes, spectators now watching at our sheer craziness. So in I follow. It takes some deep breathes and in we go, both up to ...
... The Xaxli'p that came in to see us seemed a bit more open and talkative than the Seton Lake band. The Xaxli'p are situated only about 15 minutes outside of Lillooet, a proper town of about 2,300 residents. The previous band we were at was about 1.5 hours from Lillooet. When they said they were going to town, it meant a 3 hour round trip. Again, remember, a trip to the doctor for them meant the same as my Nashville readers having to drive to ...
... siblings. She said this consisted of scraping the peanut butter and jam off the moldy bread for her siblings while she would eat the moldy bread. Sandwiches for lunch were prepared the day before and left on the counter all night and morning until they were handed out to the kids at lunch. She said this was especially bad when it was a meat sandwich. She said they were all severely deprived of food in general, let alone healthy nutritious food. I had ...
... the glasses order tab....all of which had to match each other and stay together. I don't want to dwell on the particulars too much. Suffice it to say that I got to live out my childhood dream of being a receptionist. I had a blast stapling and copying and organizing...
What I want to visit are the people. I have never been in a Native American community. I am aware of the statistics indicating that Natives ...
... I'm talking about when I say DESTINATION HIGHWAY. We encountered hardly any traffic and the road was twisty and the scenery was breathtaking.
We ended up in the tiny town of Lillooet (primarily populated by native... umm... Canadians. Chuck was manning the hotel desk and market. He allowed us to park the bikes in the store's storage bay and said "laundry service is complimentary". So, we gave him our dirties and $10 for his ...