Super 8 Motel Penticton
Travel Blogs from Penticton
... the earth. The area had the feel of the Greek Isles...hot, dry but fertile and scenic with the sun's rays glistening off of the pearly blue lake water. Boaters and swimmers peppered the water and sunned themselves on the few sandy beaches I saw. Signs advertising wineries were on every block. And there were several luxury golf courses with beautiful entrances.
Next was Penticton, still ...
... of traffic in either of the two lanes. More than once I gasp and grab for the Geezus handle in reaction to what is happening on the road. It takes no time at all and we are in Vernon. I notice how it has expanded since the last time we were here but once we get into the valley of the main road it all looks quite familiar. Again the speed picks up and almost as quickly Armstrong is on the horizon. Jim and I are watching the signs in hopes that some ...
... worth it.
Unfortunately the sky has become grey and peoples facing
are starting to drop. We’re going into ‘Fall’ (Autumn) I think the rumour is
true eh.. people end up in a depressed state for 8 months of the year in
Summer in van, it all seems like a sweaty blurr now.
Heading off on the last holiday for a while tonight –
Seattle! with Glenn, Kristen, Rebecca, Matt & Claire!
... oriented ourselves to the layout of the town and area and on the way back took the road along the back of Skaha Lake to Oliver. While still in town I lucked in to a store-wide 50% off sale at Fabricland so I was able to get some material to make clothes for our cruise later in the winter. All in all a great ...
... exciting part was the 2.30am raging argument outside the motel window! Some floral language.
I'm sure Banff will be better.
Stopped on the way to Banff at the Boy's favourite food stop - Timmy's! We had to admit it was a better choice than some and healthier too.