Abbott Villa on the Lake
Travel Blogs from Kelowna
Today was one of those lazy laid back days. The fellas did a little more hardware shopping and renovating. Heather stained some more wooden beams( ably supervised by myself of course) then we piled into the car and drove up Silver Star. Silver Star is 1600metres and a snow field in the winter. No snow up there at the moment but the air had a distinct chill and there were a few snow capped ...
A sluggish start, well it was about 8am I think. We packed and took ourselves off to Denny's in the drizzly rain. It's funny how time gets away and we found ourselves returning to the hotel at a very brisk pace and zooming down the corridors, bags rattling along at an alarming rate. Checkout effected. Shuttle bus on its way. Only a few minutes later than we'd anticipated. Airport check in nightmare. Blasted machines. You ...
... dinner. Prime rib dinner with vegetables. End cut of meat. Super juicy. Next stop. Back to the piano bar for apple pie crumble and ice cream. Coffee and football. Because of rain and cold weather slated for kelowna Saturday we are planning on leaving the hotel tomorrow around noon and heading over to Spokane Washington. Then from there we will be stopping before Yellowstone in order to cross ...
... and humidity had risen and the sound of the highway was almost inaudible. It was truely its own little ecosystem in the middle of no where. We now understood why this was being proteced by the National Parks...just outstanding. The trail through this lil oasis was on a barrier free elevated boardwork and covered approximately 1.5km in total. There were interepretive displays throughout proviing interesting facts about the inhabitants and seasonal changes of this environment. There ...
an opener! It’s not all openers which are good, some are really ******.
for red wine really works, I saw it: expensive, but useful.
for red wine is good
way to enjoy drinking wine is sharing with friends ^_^
I hope you enjoy this; you have no
excuse now to be unprofessional.