Slumber Lodge Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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We are on the road again. It feels really good too, just like going home. We left Lynne and Mike's around 9. Didn’t see Lynne as she had already gone to work but Mike was up as Piper, the dog , had jumped on him, scared of the wind or something similar, very early.
We headed out of Kamloops towards Savona and the view we knew quite well back towards Kamloops. We have travelled these roads a few times before and really enjoy the starkness of ...
... we had bought just for this trip that said it had maps for Canada did not have maps for Canada so I was navigator. I am a very good navigator (very, very good, It is the one skill that I know I am good at). But Evan did not like the idea of not knowing where we were and was stressing out. 2. Our cellphones no longer worked in Canada. Every other place we went I had researched and found a place to stay and ...
... gradient from Hope to the summit, running alongside the Coquihalla river, was about 2%, but the main obstacle was only 4 miles from Hope in this Gorge with 100m walls. Several engineers had said a track was impossible but Andrew McCullock was lowered into the canyon in a woven basket, set up footholds in the rock for survey instruments and planned a route involving the 5 tunnels and 2 bridges!! I feel nervous even writing this after visiting.
... YES! Andrew and I stayed at the fire long after we put the kids to bed. This was our first set of neighbours that we actually hung out with, it was nice. As expected, the neighbours took a true shining to Robbie. Both (James and Julie) were happy to have goodnight hugs from him!
While the campsite looked a little poor at first, we quickly realized that having good neighbours really helps!
... got me. I haven't been able to sleep some nights knowing I haven't got any Michael Buble or Paul Anka or Neil Young. And of course, the most unforgivable of omissions...Justin Bieber. I don't know how they let us in the country without checking our Bieber knowledge. Not that we've seen much of him here...although I thought we passed his older, less successful brother the other day skateboarding down the road. Grown men do that here you know. So we arrive in Harrison just ...