Canadas Best Value Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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When we woke we looked outside saw several elk grazing through the campground. They were all very close by and seemed very comfortable being around people. As we drove through the north end of the park we saw more elk and also a small herd of pronghorn antelope. This route took us through Gardiner Montana. This is a small and very western looking town. It was what I pictured Cody would be like and ...
... beautiful houses on the other and one of them was where we were staying with Mimi's parents, Bobbie and Duncan. Their house looked right over the river and the sun shining made the view that much more amazing. Bobbie and Duncan took us around their fruit and vegetable garden where we picked some fresh produce for tonights dinner, the best way to eat!
He then introduced us to his collection of cars, a 71 Plymouth and 69 ...
... There was tons of samples and some even had sparkling juice for Emma and I. The wineries were absolutely beautiful though, the prettiest by far was Mission Hill. At Mission Hill there is an outdoor amphitheatre where big artists come to perform in the summer. While we were there we had the opportunity to take a tour of the wine cellars underground, it was such an awesome experience!
Kelowna was tons of fun and we really hope to do it again!
... to Raakels again and playing pool to see if I won a snowboard but sadly I didn't. Stayed on partying till close and finished the night at Sams. Big sleep in again! Worked 2 clients. Larns and I met the girls for Donny's going away dinner at the Gunbarrel above sams. So sad to see Donny go! Damn all this partying has given me tonsilitis! I can barely swallow my spit and making me feel miserable. Couple of days chilling inside ...
... The rural nature of the mountainous BC makes this a regional business center.
Our previous week had been filled with spectacular beauty, but once again we were unprepared for the beauty of today's drive through the Columbia and OkanaganValleys and the mountains and rivers that shape them. I was also impressed with the quality of the highways in spite of the elevations and apparent challenges of harsh winter conditions. The beauty of British Columbia continued to blow us ...