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... Kamloops from Golden was a twisty one but this highway might actually outdo it, partly because yesterday's road was very well marked at corners and when they said "40KPH" for a corner, they really meant it. Today, the corners weren't always marked and when they were the recommended cornering speed was often inconsistent. At one of the rest areas along the highway, there was a memorial to a young man that lost his life by apparently going too fast for ...
... Columbia Brewery is a big attraction and used to host big weekend long beer festivals where all the streets were paved with drunks. Thankfully, the city put its collective foot down and got these alcoholic festivals cancelled. So, now it is fairly quiet in the park. We are surrounded by large trees and can hear mourning doves somewhere...I'm sure we will not be as thrilled with the birds at 4 tomorrow morning..,, As is always ...
... I am not boring him. My last 2 texts run like uh oh, getting out of control here, singing loud, then, do you think there is a market in Burma for cherries. I vaguely remember who I was talking to about cherries, but I chatted with so many people, it was so fun, that it all runs together in one happy blurry memory.
Gary, did you enjoy my party ? are you worried ...
... Horse and Roger’s Passes. These mountains seem more rounded, often covered with grasses, high mountain meadows and lush green valleys. We were pleased to have the chance to experience the famous Okanagan Valley, with many stops at the fruit and veggie stands, and a local winery. Right now, there’s a glut of cherries and blueberries, and peaches and apricots. Love it! I’ve never tasted such sweet and juicy apricots; ...
... vehicles using this mountain road and traffic slows considerably. The sign says "passing lane 1 km" and this is welcomed news. The convoy is long, the passing lane, not so much. Heidi pulls out to pass, the convoy speeds up a bit. Searioiusly?? "Hold on!" she tells me so instinctively I reach for what I call the 'geezus handle' and brace myself. We get around the traffic...thanks goodness...but to do it we had to go pretty fast. Well that woke me ...