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... br> deck & bar so we have been there a few times.
The next long weekend Kristen, Ryan, Laura, Matt and I caught ferry over to
Vancouver Island and then drove to Courtney to stay at our cousins place. We
stayed in a cool camper van in the yard and had to watch out for bears at night
and early morning because they’d had a baby bear going through their rubbish days
before. Another amazing weekend of water adventures. We went tubing ...
... at University*). And after 5 minutes, she was better than me after one month. -_-" Very hard for my ego. Before we start working, she told me: “I don’t anything about wine, I will be very bad with customers" (-_- Are you kidding me?!)
So, I felt so incompetent that I decided that’s enough; I will not be useless anymore. I gonna try to do tasting! My barrier was that I didn’t know the English term for wine. I will learn it; but how?
(Thank you ...
... it's right on the lake so there is a beach (not much use when the snow comes, I know!) The rest of our stay in Kelowna was on the wrong foot as we stayed in a hostel that made us feel old. Perhaps it was the tiredness from the flight, perhaps it was the unwelcoming guests, perhaps it was because they were twelve years old and drunk in a hot tub, perhaps it was the bad dance music, perhaps it was the constant banging of doors. Either way, it was a **** night ...
... for Christmas is not an option. As a result we may change our plans but will have to see what develops. It's amazing to walk through town and listen to the studded tires clicking on the pavement!
Anyway, the search resulted in a pleasant drive through the valley and an opportunity to see the seasonal changes that are occuring.
Friday, Oct 14
Left Nelson early, drove along the Kootenay River (Highway 3A) and had a quick Tim Hortons breakfast in Castlegar. Rejoined the Crowsnest Highway and headed west towards Osoyoos. Enjoyed the scenery around Christina Lake and the "Wild West" countryside around the old mining towns of Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway and Kettle Valley. (Definitely worth a return visit for photo shoots.) Turned north ...