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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After a divine breakfast, we set out for a long day of travel over windy mountainous roads … and that was so!! Our journey was to take us from Whistler to Lillooet for a lunch stop. We left
brilliant green vegetation and trademark pines everywhere, with snow-capped tall mountains.
Following through the valleys and …
... 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 ...
... winter holidays!, lol full of great boats moored just outside their homes. By the look of their moorings, no restrictions like we have at home. 7.30 and we are still at least 20 min out of Kamloops - still no wildlife! The service has been exceptional, the staff know how to tak a good joke. This has made the journey more enjoyable. We have had great commentation during our trip, very informative Kamloops here we are a quaint little crown of about 85000 ...
... rock scaling' this is work, not sport, where they monitor the rock faces for soundness and decide whether they need to knock any down for safety of travellers on the roads below.
Saw sections of pine forest that have been killed off by the Pine Beetle - have heard 2 trains of thought on this - the ecologist that spoke to us yesterday at the Canyon says it does ...
... of thunder shook the RV.
Today, Saturday, I got to finally go kayaking at Paul Lake Provincial Park. Grandpa's kayak is not plastic; it is an inflatable kayak made with a rubberized product. We used his compressor to inflate the kayak. It's a lot easier to do it that way than do it by foot pressure.