Sun Cove Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Morning brought with it a light fog and I was reluctant to be driving through the mountains until it lifted a bit but I was on my way by 9:30, and when I get close to home I just want to be there, so it was strictly a driving day, a long one. The weather was co-operative across Idaho and the traffic too ... and then I got into Washington. I was on the I90 and intended to head northwest when I got to Spokane in order to cross the border at Osoyoos but got ...
We are constantly being surprised at the variety of landscapes in BC. Osoyoos is near the U.S. border and it's a dry desert, perfect for growing grapes for wine apparently. Canadian wine wasn't something I was familiar with before, but having sampled MULTIPLE wines, wineries, reds, whites, roses, ports, and everything in between, I now believe it!
So we had a couple of nights in a gorgeous resort, starting our days with ...
The day of departure brought another yet another session of the endless Maya breakfast. Blueberry waffles, raisin bread, home made muesli, sausages.....you get the picture. This was followed by an almost tearfully farewell to our wonderful host. Carla in particular found it very difficult to say goodbye there. For a while there I thought I was going to have to look into Canadian immigration procedures for her. But luckily after ...
... Okanagan. Go there! This is THE place to be. You know how some hotels and resorts have a lazy river? You grab and intertube and jump in the water, right? For $6 to rent a tube, you can float 7 kilometers in the canal between Okanagan Lake and Skaha Lake. People joined up rafts and tubes of all sorts. They had coolers and coozies, and were laughing and partying in the warm sun. At the end of the float ...
Today our goal was to make it back over the Canadian border (we've had enough of gorgeous scenery and friendly people in Canada!). That meant completing just over 300 miles, which, given our choice of roads, meant a full day of riding. For the most part, today would be spent on pavement. We started early on the Trans Canada Highway by making a loop to the northwest and then southwest into Glacier National Park and over ...