- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Hot tub
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... many of the places we hope to visit but we found the wall displays of Creston history very well done. The valley below the town is reclaimed agricultural land reminding us of the climate in the Okanogan Valley, also in BC, and of the Holland Marsh, north of Toronto, ON. The repeated efforts to build dikes and make the land useful for agriculture is a testament to human perseverance. As in all of these ...
... Park which would be incredible. I can't wait for an American winter.
I have been keeping up my morning workouts and yoga and still eating very well. I'm in a really good place mentally and physically right now which gives me even more energy to go out and experience new things each day.
Hope to hear from you all, I will be putting up another post in the next few days with a bit more substance (running out of time again).
Lots of love.
... 170 pounds of sweet potato, more than 200 pounds of pumpkin and around 5 milk crates of capsicum and tomatoes. These will be cured and preserved to feed everyone over winter. In the morning before work I am doing a fitness program with a couple of the other workers, then after work we do yoga and some meditation.
All this coupled with the healthy food we're eating is making me feel great; full of energy and strength.
We have free time over the weekend so ...
... to a tree well but they eventually came in and were pleased to see me. We had no phone reception so we couldn't make contact either. One by one everyone came in absolutely drench from the wet, heavy snow. By 4.00pm we all loaded the bus for Nelson. 2 injured, with a shoulder dislocation and a knee injury, and a lot of sore bodies from the deep powder. It was a pretty cool mountain, accessed by just 3 chairlifts. Everyone had a great day. That night ...
... is on a weekends only schedule now. A lot of sketchy looking folk in the streets of Nelson giving the place a somewhat rundown look. Didn't expect this. I guess it's the in between seasons crowd.
Food was a win. Main Street diner servers up some mean Greek grub and the Bent Fork has some of the best bennies I have ever tasted.
After breakfast we took ...