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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and lost rather than not hooked at all. So true. I did not feel cross or sad but happy and respect. The fish had given of its all and this was enough to beat me, the better man won. The whole thing took 10 minutes but felt like hours. Carrying on fishing after that was hard as I felt both physically and emotionally exhausted. We dropped down a bit further and I caught a big bull trout. We saw a huge fish "rolling " where the head and back ...
... to stay out late. So with renewed vigour we set off down stream. The wind had dropped and the temperature was warmer, I still needed 4 layers to keep warm. Missed more fish, but somehow I was reminded of the mornings success which now seemed an age ago. Finally we dropped down to were the river joins the lake and with the mountains as the back drop I started the last stretch, now 7 pm. Pretty quickly, though not second cast as it had been on the second day ...
... take days by boat, but these boats can do 50 mph on a flat water, and in places it was like glass. The view was breathtaking as was the effect of leaving the safty of the cabin and sticking your head out of the roof. The water is opaque and almost Jade in colour, from the glacier and snow melting in the mountains and is ridiculously cold. In short you don't want to fall in and you very quickly freeze and drown. So the swimming trunks were a bit of a wast of time. I ...
... hop out and bathe on the bench for a good half hour until we are dry and warm from the sunshine. A few more people come and go and Don again decides it's time for one last dip. "When will we get this chance again?" He is right. I get some pics of him (proof) and then begrudgingly join him. He is out within minutes and gets some photographic evidence of me before I froze. Back to MP where we heated up some soup and had a beer in the sun before heading off to ...
... out that it was wrong. We asked folk how Xaxli'p was pronounced. It is 'Hoc-leep' with the Hoc part very soft. Not so much HOCK, but more Hah-kleep.
It was very interesting to have the opportunity to see two different bands, but of the same nation--the St'at'mic, in as many days. The St'at'mic Nation is made of 6 different bands. I wondered if there would be differences between the two bands we were seeing. Sure enough, there were ...