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Travel Blogs from Kelowna
Sunday morning we awoke with an extra hour up our sleeves, daylight savings had ended and we wound the clocks back which hopefully means the sun will come up at a decent hour!! As we started our journey back down Icefields Parkway, we saw a wolf running right alongside the road towards us on the highway!! He was too quick to get any photos unfortunately but it was pretty special! The highway past Lake Louise was a scary drive, it was pouring with rain and super ...
... guides, other tourists etc …
Makes one a little homesick for family. I
even got to read a bedtime story to Brianna. Now that was special!
in and see them before we leave in the morning. Keith found some Vegemite earlier (thank goodness, now we can all have some peace) and we promised to bring some over for their breakfast.
This will be interesting!
Kelowna was another nice town, much bigger than Golden and Vernon, also with lots of farming and vineyards in the area. After touring around a little bit, we learned that its also a much more expensive place to live. It's considered the 'Napa Valley’ of Canada, complete with vineyards, a beautiful lake, and lots of sailing in the area. We didn’t get a good look at Ogopogo the lake monster, maybe he was sleeping.
After another dip in the hot springs, we continued the drive and took
another ferry to get to Vernon, British Columbia. On the way, we drove
past what looked like an awesome cafe and had to take a picture of it
for our friends and family that would appreciate it.....you know who you
We toured around Vernon a bit, had a nice lunch at Sir
Winston's Pub, and checked out a local paper for some information on
Aus Zeitgründen verliessen wir das Dogwood Camping ohne zu frühstücken. Das Tagesziel lautete Kelowna. Da wir auf Jonas' Tipp hin einen Umweg über eine attraktivere Route planten, war die Strecke mehr als 400 Km lang. Der erste Teil der Fahrt verlief hauptsächlich durch kurvenreiche Waldabschnitte, worauf allmählich felsigere und kargere Landschaften folgten. Es wurde heisser… Ab ...