Alpine Motel Kamloops
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... mountains, absolutely fabulous passed mt ROBSON tallest mountain in the Canadian Rockies and I was very fortunate that there was clear skies as apparently 90% of the time the peak is covered in clouds. arrived JASPER where the train had a scrub.
... country is so dry. The trees are very sparse, and the ground bare apart from sage brush. If you put red gums on the rivers edge and changed the colour of the hills, it could easily be the northern Flinders Ranges.
The town we stayed in was Kamloops - an oasis with 65 thousand people. Our motel had a mini-gym and pool, so Jonathan made Robyn do 20 minutes of aerobic exercise and have a swim and spa before changing, and heading down to ...
... on a hydro pole, no chicks in evidence however.
On arrival at the marsh we find again minimal services, really just a small parking area. The marsh is covered with CANADA GEESE and we hear a SORA RAIL in the reeds. Although we drive around over some truly terrible roads we do not find any more birds.
One little creature we did see is the YELLOW-BELLIED MARMOT, also known as the Rock Chuck. There were a couple of them running around on ...
... Just after we sat down for lunch, (tomato and basil soup, wild salmon, rhubarb crumble) there was a black bear sitting beside the track watching the train go by. We are passing through lush forests in Glacier National Park, climbing up to Rogers Pass. We are about to change time zones to Mountain Time. Went through a narrow gorge beside the Kicking Horse River and climbed to the continental divide, which is also the ...
... didn't know about Canadian traditions. She saved me many times. Heather is the mother of two gorgeous boys and I have always thought that Tyler would be the one most likely to land on my door in Australia one day.
That night it was back to Penny's for dinner as Lynne has parent teacher interviews. Last night it was Penny's again and she invited over her sister, Sandra.
Yesterday, we went walking with the girls ...