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Travel Blogs from Hope
We were happy to rise early and leave Stanfield! We continued thru Oregon, going thru the Yakama Valley, Oregon's wine country. We passed numerous wineries, strawberry fields, and of course - potatoes! We soon entered Washington. Agriculture continued to be very important! We stopped at a Perkins for lunch, before going thru sommamish lake near Seattle. What a gorgeous area! This is the first time I have seen ...
... In the 1880s the Canadian Pacific Railway was built through Hell's Gate and along the edge of the river. We saw a sign today that 4 men died for every mile of track laid. In 1914 a huge rockslide blocked the river and for 30 years no salmon could get up the river to spawn. This had a major effect on the resident Indian population and their ability to eat, not to mention the bears and eagles upstream. Upstream a little they have built some ...
... sup>th (TBD). Wheels are all
securely fastened to the car after a close call on day 3 leaving Thunder-Bay.
Here’s the First of our Weekly Points-2-Ponder (P2P) from
the last week:
* Check wheel lugs
* Check the oil
* Try not to run out of gas
* Choose an appropriate travel partner
* There is always something better up around the bend
* Don`t wear collared shirts to hostel bars
... doesn't allow them to vote. In 1905 they are forced to 'privatize' their commune in Saskatchewan. A group that favors continuing the communal approach to the simple life leaves, and moves to a new spot in the undeveloped territory of British Columbia, where the Kootenay river joins the Columbia. They settle there and develop a new, thriving, agricultural commune. This is destroyed by the Depression. Eventually it is rebuilt, and ...
... was that. I asked what was wrong with Best Western. Avoiding my eyes studiously she said, 'They're too greedy. Everybody is leaving them.' WE told her we were disappointed as we had booked a Best Western because Gary had a Best Western card and because BWs do breakfasts. I asked did we still get breakfast. 'No, we're a Heritages Inn now', she answered adding. 'He took the breakfast room off us.' 'Who did?', I asked. 'The owner', ...