Kamloops Travelodge Mountview
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... so there is heaps around . We went to the mall this morning and the guys shopped , Rach and Pat got boots , Jordan new head phones ( good ones ....BEAT ) and Jaidon a milkshake ! The boys have gone to the movies to see the Hobbit at the movies tonight and we did the gym and hot tub ,as it's still minus 8. Rach and Pat made Snowmen today and tried out there new boots in the snow as their is heaps around here. It took us 30 ...
... At the same time, we received word that we would be on the tracks for three more hours! Such is train travel! With about one hour or so of daylight left, we passed through the town of Mission, where, we were told, the best of farmland in all of Canada, such as cornfields resembling those of Ellington, CT, reside and the best of locally grown products are abundant - corn, free-range chicken, raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, and, it sounds ...
... which was originally built by the Hudson Bay Company in 1827 as a depot for collecting furs and provisions. Feeling hungry now we were lucky enough to be in the first sitting for breakfast and went down below to the dining car to enjoy a hearty meal. Back upstairs we were pleased to find that the bar was now open so we ordered our first Sauvignon Blanc of the day, a local Canadian variety which was surprisingly good. Travelling on we passed some ...
... The weather is overcast and rainy, lots of cloud on the peaks, so we missed seeing Mt Robson tallest Mtn in the Canadian Rockies. The train travels at a very comfortable 50 klm's/ hr, so if you get lucky you have time to take moving pictures. Whilst in the siding, stopped, took lovely photo of the local trees, see photo! rain spots and all.
Today we are on the "Journey through the clouds" and they are so ...
... care of our Gus. We would have loved to bring him as our groups' trail dog but since that was out of the question, leaving him with you was the best for him and he'll still be dreaming of all the doggy play dates, runs in the park, cuddles, trips to the nursing home for pets and many plays in the snow for a long time to come. He might not even mind when he notices us take the bikes out of the hockey bags....well....mind a lot less anyway :)
Kevan + Cheryl