Sun Peaks Lodge
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Spacious rooms and very hospitable enjoyable accommodation. We found our rooms hot because of unseasonal heat wave though.
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... for a few of us, our room was not ready. We decided to go for a walk and maybe we would see a 'Brown Bear'. I think they are going to be like Cassowaries though! Pretty hard to find! So I have started taking photos of the signs! That worked for us last year in Queensland.
We had an interesting experience when we went for our walk. We headed towards the lovely golf course as Janet had said "We just might see a brown bear ...
... outage, it wouldn't work.
We waited for awhile downstairs for someone from the company to come with a master key, so Laura, Hayley and I decided to wait back in our room. As the elevator was out of order, we walked up the stairwell. The emergency lighting in the stairs had only lasted an hour from when the power went out, it was pitch black when we went upstairs. With me as the leader, I ...
... Alley and we saw many osprey soaring above the river on the lookout for fish. We learned that osprey like to build their nests on flat surfaces like bridges and bald eagles like to build their nests at the top of dead trees. We saw plenty of both kinds of nests during our journey.
We stopped briefly at the town of Ashcroft to change drivers. This is one of the driest areas in Canada and is a large cattle ranching area. It also produces about 4 ...
... as next summer (although less than five minutes from home and Kevan announced : "Bach' looks ridable right now!" I reminded him neither of us could stand the cold for more than 5 seconds.) The bike ride has been put off until next week when the weather is to warm to -1. But this trip, the mountain biking, the foreign culture, this is a trip we'll be talking about for a long time to come.
This bike trip would not have been what it was without our fellow ...
... stunning drive. We had to pass Mt Robson, the highest in the Canadian Rockies and mighty impressive, and also drove into British Columbia and over our first time zone change, gaining ourselves an hour as we changed to Pacific Time from Mountain Time...nice! Then gradually south, as the land grew flatter and more agricultural, with less snow. Still beautiful though, warranting barely a mention in any of the guidebooks. Finally, through Kamloops and into the Lac Le ...