Vedder River Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... mingle into
one clear, fresh, vibrant body.
Freshet brings eerie feelings. Where the islands once existed,
now only the tops of the tallest trees are visible. There is something very odd
about silently gliding the canoe over the paths we used to walk on and looking
down to see, through the lens of the cold snow-melt waters, grass and rocks and
whole bushes submerged. How long can the living ones sustain their lives
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 ...
... even more eager to stay in the provincial parks now (like national parks). We drove back through Harrison Hot Springs and it still didn't grab us upon second inspection so we drove to nearby Agassiz for lunch and to find somewhere else to stay. There were 2 RV parks back near the freeway so we decided to take a look & ended up booking in at Camperland RV Resort. It backs onto Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park and its just lovely. Everything is lush, green & ...
... all this stuff in our rucksacks eak!!
Sarah had made us a lovely rhubarb and cinnamon crumble so we sat around chatting and eating that for a few hours. We also got to meet Shaun her brother as he popped by to pick up some post which was nice. Sandy and and Gerry (Sarah's parents) came home around teatime and made us feel so welcome despite never having met us before. We already have some washing in so we might actually smell nice ...