Residence & Conference Centre - Kamloops
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Kamloops
The adventure began with the Zakatak boat loaded to the gills with all the fixings for the first wedding being towed by us - off to Heather Mountain Lodge for Wedding #1! On the way up the mountain we saw Tim and Brenda flagging us down! Their vehicle had started smoking and of course on the only part of the Coquihalla that didn't have cell range! ...
... stay in yet another Coast hotel.
The transfer by coach from train to hotel was excellently orchestrated.
There were shuttles put on for those with the energy to see the sites or to walk along the lake..
We just relaxed and had an early night..
Another 05:00 start in the morning...
Boy am I glad we are doing our own thing... Could not do the early morning sheep thing day in day out on some of the package ...
... Kamloops behind. The further west we went, the colder and darker the weather became. At the summit of the Coquihalla, it was cold, overcast, and wet but as we dropped down over the other side of the summit, the rain stopped. By the time we reached Vancouver it was much warmer and lightly overcast. Hopefully, it stays like this until Friday, when we leave on the train. Tomorrow, we'll just be visiting the family members down here, filling the time until we actually start on our ...
... necessary to control the Mountain Beetle Infestation.
Unusual signage today: "U Turn Around" signs (in case the weather changes quickly in the winter) and you need to get out of dodge! We are traveling through the Cascade Range of Mountains.
Once down from the mountains and into the valley we pass the towns of Hope, Chillimack, and Abbotsford (very English sounding aren't they), and we now see produce farming - grapes (lots of vineyards), ...
... that you can see in the distance. Another short stop up Hwy 99 is Duffey Lake where you can launch your boat. This is where we caught up with the manic who overturn cars on a double yellow line must have been in a big hurry to launch his boat.
Stopped at Seton Lake to have lunch didn't take a photo as there are just too many picture perfect scenes. The lake is huge and when you look over the edge you can see the ...