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... large town it was. I'd certainly come back here some day and stay for a short visit.
We enjoyed the trip along I94 and then dropped in for one night to visit a friend in Spokane.
In the morning we had a very nice walk with our friend and were ready to leave at noon. We could have driven straight home but we decided on one more nights stay to check out a campground at ...
... Kelowna then loomed ahead of us much bigger than we'd thought. It’s a city of over 100,000 people, so is not insubstantial, and comprises an odd mix of industry, mining and viticulture! You wouldn’t think the vines would grow so well with all that industrial output, but they do!
We were super-early to be checking in to our campsite, but we thought we’d at least locate it so that we knew where to come later. However, it ...
... and it was pretty loose. At midnight, Bree, Tommy, Chris and I had the best seats on the roof to watch the fireworks, right next to where they were goin off. It was so fun!! I bumped heads with Jess and had a blood nose. Bree was rockin out to smoke on the water with the guitar and tommy jammed out too, very funny! Made it home around 3.30am after a great night with friends! In the morning I woke up, put my riding gear ...
... or restaurant. It turns out to be a market store with huge fall displays. They also have goats and a goat walk. We had never seen anything like this goat walk. It is a bridge that the goats walk up onto and there are pulleys with ...
... t damage them. I have never seen this type of "garage" in the states but that is probably due to their strict zoning laws. Randy and Stella have a beautiful flower garden and vegetable gardens at their home. They have an assortment of various rose bushes, sweet Williams, delphiniums, peony’s, petunias, and other perennials. The vegetables included tomatoes, leaf lettuce, red lettuce, beans, cucumbers, onions, green peppers and rubbarb. I mentioned ...