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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... driving from there and the sky got sunnier and more blue as the day went on ... until we got to Sparwood, BC. The weather remained perfect but after that we began to encountered more serious mountain passes. It's obvious that we should, of course, after all it's in the mountains and the towns are in valleys, so, it was up and over and down, again and again, often with steep drop-offs. I'm ...
... that I made and turkey stuffing without the turkey (free the turkeys!), then sat around a fire with a few guitars and some bongos until pretty late. When I first came to North America I had a fear that I would spend Thanksgiving by myself, so it was really comforting to realise that I'd found people to share this with.
In my time at Chuckleberry I've had a chance to experiment with my cooking and diet. For the past 5 days I attempted to ...
... up here. Looking over the countryside as we flew by gave me a really good snapshot of British Columbia as a whole - like reading the blurb of a book. I got to Nelson quite late, but had organised a place to stay via Couchsurfing so I had a bed and some local knowledge which was peachy!
My plan in Nelson is to work on a farm called 'Chuckleberry Community' - a small commune up in the hills which is fully sustainable and organic. I work there, ...
... be close to arrival. But unfortunately we were still far from, nevertheless everyone perked up and took in the surrounding views. We soon arrived at Grand Forks for a breaky stop at A&W. Bacon and eggers, hash browns and coffees kept everyone's bellies satisfied for the next 2 and 1/2 hrs of the trip. Other towns we past through were Beaverdell, Midway, Greenwood and lastly Nelson before we made it to Whitewater. We were greeted at Whitewater with ...
... guy and his wife on a Harley. I was looking to get some local information and they pointed me to a mining ghost town that was down a gravel road. Changed the suspension setting on the bike to off road and set out to find it. The road wove back into the end of a valley with several serious mountain streams. Couple of buildings remained. Pretty cool place.
Pulled into Kaslo and I was hungry. I thought it was around ...