Alpine Motel Kamloops
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... as I did not want to get out. I didn't bring winter clothes to speak of.
we had dinner at an Italian restaurant and while it was good it was not Chez Glenn quality.
we have plans for leisurely travel home and are deciding where to stop next so stay tuned.
... in our conversation that we didn’t notice that the train had come to a stop. Apparently we were held up by a train in front and could have been stuck there for up to two hours. It was quite a while, although luckily not as long as that. We had good lunch, and rushed out onto the viewing platform to take photos of the renowned Hell’s Gate. This is the narrowest part of the Fraser River with 200 million gallons of water per minute pushing through ...
... The weather is overcast and rainy, lots of cloud on the peaks, so we missed seeing Mt Robson tallest Mtn in the Canadian Rockies. The train travels at a very comfortable 50 klm's/ hr, so if you get lucky you have time to take moving pictures. Whilst in the siding, stopped, took lovely photo of the local trees, see photo! rain spots and all.
Today we are on the "Journey through the clouds" and they are so ...
... winter holidays!, lol full of great boats moored just outside their homes. By the look of their moorings, no restrictions like we have at home. 7.30 and we are still at least 20 min out of Kamloops - still no wildlife! The service has been exceptional, the staff know how to tak a good joke. This has made the journey more enjoyable. We have had great commentation during our trip, very informative Kamloops here we are a quaint little crown of about 85000 ...
... s green grass and some friendly people with whom to talk. Didn't really see a soul last night.
Two couples Bob's and my age were playing a game they call "ladder balls." Torston has played this game with the group that goes camping together (his parents' friends). He was dying to get involved. He went outside and gradually inched closer and closer. Pretty soon, he ...