Stoney Creek Resort
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... playing golf, hiking and mountain biking. I know right not something you'd go to Canada for, but for what it was i could't deny it. Even the stunning view of the the sun setting above the mountains in the evening or the great landscape of the mountain culture made Canada truly and unforgettable experience and if you are one for great family times and an all round phenomenal experience, you owe yourself a trip there. Trust ...
Towns we travelled through today are, departing Sun Peaks, Kamloops, Savonarola, Cache Creek, Lilleeot, Pemberton, Whistler. Up at 0530 breakfast at 0630 into the bus at 0730. a tight schedule day today due to a big mud slide a few hours down the road. Our first stop was another lake, all big stuff here these lakes go for 10, 20, 30 Klm long, this one was 151 meters deep so don't drop your outboard, also signs saying beware Rattle Snakes. Next stop was Hat Creek Ranch ...
... toys over another truck ( some encouragement was needed!!) Once back on dry land we had some more driving to do before we hit unqulet we stopped for a bite to eat in nanaimo at a small Mexicans the fresh wraps were amazing. We then hit the road and stopped off at coumbs which had a small hippy market. Everyone had ice cream. Harrison saw a goat eating grass on top of one of the shops! An hour or so ...
... in his retirement he does voluntary work with the Riddoch Art Gallery! Amazing! We are staying this evening at the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise. Lake Louise is frozen over, just beginning to thaw. It is amazing to see snow banked up, sometimes over three feet in depth. I can now understand when Simon and Sue lived in Sakalin, that they needed to get the Snow scraper in so the front door could be ...
... because I don't get to see this every day.
On Saturday, the next day, Mike drove us around Vancouver. His daughter Alicia came with us this time, so you couldn't swing a cat around the car anymore. Well actually, he swung us around the car with his splendid driving skills. We basically got to see the whole city. We stopped at Granville Island and looked around at the public market and some ...