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... since it was rainy and cool, they moved all the tables indoors). Shirley ordered their saltimbocca cavatappi - which is a fancy way of saying mac and cheese on steroids. They put some delicious cheese over fancy pasta, and then throw in some prosciutto. I had their special which was two skewers of very tender meat served with a delicious salad of mixed greens. Some good eats!
Tomorrow we head out for Hope for one night and then on to Vancouver.
... to make the best of it.
James, Asher and Grandaddy took off skiing with Asher promptly proving that he no longer needed a 'leash'. At four years old he was barreling down the hill and, by the end of the week, he certainly gave his poor old Grandmama a run for her money.
Big White is a great family oriented ski hill.... whether you ski or not there is always something to see or do. Though there is ice skating and tubing ...
... the mountain but It was so nice and warm being home, we just relaxed and just stayed in. Sue was leaving very early the next day so she had packing to do and we had some homework to catch up on. It was dark and the boys, Rob, Ethan and Cooper decided to go for a night ski, they had a ball. Our last night with Sue, it was so good having her here and catching up, but I'm glad we weren't going back up the mountain tomorrow.
... I didn't really believe him. He was pushing my knee cap around to feel for the range of movement and while he was doing that I was kind of thinking "what are you doing?! You'll push my knee out again!" So there's definitely a mental barrier.
On the upside, he says there's no ligament damage at all given my range of movement and the speed my knee is recovering, so if I do the rehab right the first time around, I shouldn't have any ongoing knee issues (small yay). ...
Vernon is on the busier, and less scenic, east coast of Lake Okanagan. A retiree's haven with a couple of smaller lakes along the highway. Our morning stop was for an agricultural tour to Planet Bee to see and buy things related to those busy creatures, and view the fruit orchards. Apples were not in season and it was the tail end of the cherry season, so we got some (you have to wash them yourselves! and Xi managed to wash herself too in the ...