Vedder River Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... after getting stuck behind rigs and RVs on the two-lane stretches earlier. And, unlike certain American counterparts, everyone on that stretch of highway knew how to stay to the right except to pass. It was exhilarating! We arrived at Auntie Lillian's and Uncle Mike's in Chilliwack pretty much when we expected to and had a lovely visit and supper with them, Auntie Yvonne, Uncle Bob, and my mom. Fresh corn on the ...
We had only a brief delay in Revelstoke. Overall, I liked Revelstoke: the folks were friendly and honest. They didn't have to charge us a reasonable price, but they did, and they got to work quickly. We were soon on our way.
The rest of the drive was no less amazing than it had been so far. More mountains, and the Fraser Canyon and Fraser Valley. This is an amazing geologic entity, that seems to go from a deep canyon in an area ...
... in hand we set off to find the sign. We walked around in the pouring down rain for an hour and a half. We saw the sign after 15mins but Andrew didn't believe that was the real one so we had to search all over just in case. As you can imagine I was really impressed at getting soaked and walking up and down the same hill about 5 times. But at least we got the picture so Andrew was happy.
After the soaking and walking around Andrew said we could get a treat for lunch as I ...
... Nature Reserve - The reserve is a 130 hectare (acres)site located on the floodplain of the Bedder River. It is home to more than 200 Blue Heron nests as well as a wide variety of wildlife including Painted Turtle, Bald Eagles, and Salish Sucker. A remnant of the ice age, the Salish Sucker is found only in a few small lakes and streams in and around Puget Sound in Washington State and ...
Monday, a friend of Rina's from OG days, Nat, met us at Langley ( SE of Vancouver) from where we took public transport ( bus, skytrain, seabus and bus) to the foot of Grouse Mountain in North Vancouver), total trip taking over 2 hours. The Skyride cable car then took us to the top of the mountain where we spent a full day enjoying all that was offered.
At the top ...