Sun Cove Resort
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We have finally arrived into sunshine and no rain! Osoyoos is the only desert in Canada and we parked at a lake surrounded by other RVs and fit people with boats, canoes, paddle boards, mountain bikes etc. We of course being British, firstly went to the Cantina on site for sundowners, then went wine tasing at the local vineyards which were fantastic! Lots of Pinot Noir and Reisling, ...
Helen wasn't well during the night and didn't have a good nights sleep and didn't feel like breakfast so I went out and had a bagel and coffee at Delany's and then picked up our washing and a couple of bottles of water.
Once we had the bags packed we set off for Osoyoos on the US/Canadian ...
... places… we passed several fire camps … the smoke continues… while Hwy 20 is open to traffic Hwy 21 is closed. We pass thru Republic where several families were housed by Red Cross … We continue on thru Kettle Falls, we were able to stop at the US Forest Service Campground and dump our tanks … we turn onto to Hwy 395 toward Colville… We hear a radio warning that Hwy 395 was closed to the north (our ...
The area of Okanagan lake is known for dry weather, high temperatures and its fertile soil. Perfect conditions to grow wine! There are around 35 wineries in the area of Osoyoos and Oliver and all of them offer wine tastings. We obeyed the signs Dont drink and drive and borrowed two bikes in Oliver. There is a nice paved road along the river that leads you to the winery area. We visited three wineries and all of them were quite different. ...
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 ...