TripAdvisor Reviews Grizzly Lodge Kelowna
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... this lake has a mythical creature called Ogopogo.
Kelowna is a much bigger town than either of us were expecting.
We then drove to the liquor store to grab some drinks for the night. When we walked back to the bus we saw that everyone was outside the bus. It was then we found out that a tour leader Megan had locked the keys in the car! The ignition was still on.
We had to wait around 30 minutes for a mechanic to come pry the door open ...
... tucked over the other side of the mountain. That night we got chatting to a man named Ron in the hot tub, jokingly Brianna said to bring us around some tucker since it sounded so good, and later on he actually did! Skyped mum for the first time which was good. We went out to Retro night at Sams, very fun but we had no Retro dress up. I realised today that I hadn't received my last paycheck from sports med, happy to find some extra $$ in my account. Sent $8000 to mum ...
... we saw them again on the side of the road. We stopped at Tim's for a coffee 2 hours later after kicking horse and saw them again looking for another ride. They were travelling just as fast as us. And we don't ride slow.
About 2 hours from Kelowna we took off from a light and I noticed Tom wasn't with me. I turn around and find out his bike stalled out in 3rd gear. Wtf? After a couple minutes he got ...
I will not hiking (my knee will not appreciate), I don’t ski, Museums (No way! I don’t pay for that XD) and Golf...I don’t think so. ...
... The Log Cabin just outside Vernon
in the Okanagan Valley. Saw the funniest thing … Dave’s
Goat Walk. A walkway up to a bridge had been built for goats, where there was
a pulley system
in which you could fill tins with
corn kernels. The goats on the bridge would watch you and once the feed was in
the tin they would spin the wheel with their hoofs and bring the tin up ...