The Royal Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... It was hard to tear my eyes away
from the spectacular scenery and begin to make important decisions, such as
what on earth do I do now and could I inadvertently do anything that will make
us fall out of the sky?
instructor offered some guidance. My
first lesson was to learn to recognize what a normal attitude was, which in
that particular glider meant that when I looked straight ahead, the horizon was
just above the nose ...
... Kaff decided Mount Baker so off we went. It was another fabulous drive. All the colourful trees it was like driving through a tunnel at times. There was only small villages with lodges on the way up. We stopped at a waterfall called "Nooksack". I told Kaff that it was the First Nation name for Bed ! It was a good waterfall.
Onward and upward. It was quite spectacular at the top. Lots of green meadows, snow and some Glaciers. We were fortunate ...
... and got lost. So all in all, the train sat stationary for 55 minutes all because the train staff forgot to stop to let a passenger off! Hopefully the final misfortune in this lady's journey, she climbed into the cab and the driver shut the door on her ankle. That was definitely not going to be a jolly cab ride - she was raging before she disembarked from the train, let alone after suffering an injury not dissimilar to the scene from ...
... of the first section where Charlie had tried to go up to the next level but couldn't master the foot holes and hand grips. They were descending, PHEW. I admit I was giving up at that point whether they had carried on or not. Charlie was not happy he wanted to go higher, yep Monkey Boy! Dan was in the same frame of mind as me and sighed with relief. Charlie went back on the kids course again and we watched with our feet safely on the ground. Well Dan had a lounge on the nearest ...
... and hadn't complained to much :) so we went to Dairy Queen and got burgers which were yummy. Dairy Queen is probably as big as McDonald's here.
After lunch we decided to go take a look at the most expensive piece of rail track laid in the whole of Canada, now disused due to the amount of landslides and snowfall it gets on the track. It's called the Othello tunnels, they are a pretty impressive series of tunnels built into the side of a cliff above a roaring river through ...