Slumber Lodge Motel
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- Swimming pool
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- Pets allowed
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Prov: British Columbia Hope pop: We started off this morning winding our way along the edge I of Canim Lake. It was full off twists and turns and very pretty with small cabins dotted along the edge of the Lake. Apparently most of these belong to hunters and fishermen and after next weekend will be closed for the winter. Back on the highway for a change and we go through little places with names such as 98 Mile, 80 Mile, 70 Mile. Apparently they have ...
Highlights on our way: Minter Gardens
Hwy 1th their RVB
Minter Gardens, Exit 135 on Hwy1 before Hope Centuries ago, a massive mountain slide swept over the fertile lands of the eastern Fraser Valley. The rock fall pushed north across the Fraser River and ended its westerly flow at the area which is now Minter Gardens. Tall native specimen trees added to the charm of the location, and thousands of wild ...
... picture...I kept paddling, everything was good, really funny to watch Allison when she finally realized he was dangling out the raft right behind her....
I'm in Vancouver now but internet is time locked, only get so long for free and then have to pay, so going to post this and then move on to the Vancouver entry....
We will cross into the US on Thursday, July 19th...hope this finds you well....
... of Washington, we plod along.
The small town of Clinton was a possible for our night stay but the camp ground was out of business. Just couldn't bring ourselves to stay there so on to "Hope". . . Sound familiar or a coincidence??
“100 Mile House” is on a stretch of road that uses the mile markers for names. This is a town that says it is the largest manufacturer of log home in the country. We did ...
... First Nation and their son from the Shunee Tribe. We drank from a mountain stream and had an enjoyable stay before the traffic starting moving again.
I started an crocheted blanket to keep me occupied while driving. Get car sickness so have to keep busy or sleep. Relieved Randy from driving for about one hour and that is about all I can drive without getting road hypnotized.