Watermark Beach Resort
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
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August 2, 2014. Truck - 68,304. Trip - 8,209
On the road again. Crossing Canada was grueling! It was a long way, the roads were the pits, there was not much to see on the southern route, fuel was a concern, I had peanut butter everyday for lunch, there were very few stores for me to browse, and I was grouchy. For hours we drove along many fair size lakes, as well as, drumlins and kettle ...
A drive around the local area today after an early walk along the lake. 40 degrees, so too hot for much else. Checked out the local fruit packing house where we could buy cherries for $1 to $1.50 per pound. I have had a constant feed of cherries, plums and apricots, all of which Barbara and Peter ...
Barbara and Peter have a terrific spot for their house, just one house away from the lake. Took a walk along the lake front this morning, and Peter took us to a couple of local wineries this afternoon. Heaps and heaps of vineyards, and new wineries opening all the ...
... at theirs while in Vancouver.
I am missing EVERYONE back home and wish they could all experience this with me!
10.10 - Suspension bridge in the town of Brilliant, what a brilliant name for a town.
10.35 - through Castlgar and spotted another bear.
11.34 - Trail, a small mining town. Stopped over for a wee bit of shopping. A beautiful coat for Lin and a pink bag for me, thanks to Steve.
12.55 - Rossland - quick stop ...
... the interesting murals on the buildings provided some colourful representation of the town's past. Leaving Trail, we passed through the Italian district. Rossland was a different story - full of historic buildings, shops and restaurants and definitely a tourist town, most notably, skiing. Looks like it is a fun place during the ski season. From Rossland we climbed past Red Mountain ski resort to the Paulson summit (1,510m). From there it ...