Riverland Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Shuswap Lake which was huge, (310 sq km) and had much recreational activities and houseboats enjoying the Sunday sunshine here. There are thermal springs in parts of this lake.
Landscape wise the day commenced amongst massive snow-capped mountains with the signature forests of brilliant green – but as we ended the day the mountains gradually disappeared, and large hills, rolling plains, less ...
... river from Pioneer Park through to Riverside Park and then onto the bridge. It sounds a distance but it isn't. The river looked beautiful as the water was so still. We met a lady and she told us that she saw some salmon jumping ,so I went down but only saw one splash.The river is very wide and swiftly flowing so it is hard to see the fish. There would actually be thousands going past. After the walk it was coffee and a bit ...
... for food. The father was sitting nearby but the mum must have been off hunting. And...
... photographed moose, posed in front of a huge stone fireplace. Billy was huge and occupied most of the dining room but, not the wood plank walls because they were covered with the hides and heads of every other type of animal found in the woods of British Columbia. There was a full-bodied, stuffed big horn ram in the parlor. OK. Salisbury steak with fresh mushroom-onion gravy, with a touch of red wine, ...
... of the world’s copper. Travelling onwards we saw many birds and lots of wonderful scenery along the Thompson. I spotted a couple of large brown deer and there were some big horned sheep on the mountainside.
Today we learned a new phrase which we have never heard before but which was used many times today and that is ‘First Nation People’, for example FNP words, customs, legends etc, etc. It seems to be a very handy catchall ...