Chinook & Oasis Motel
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... would be a lovely place to visit in the summer when the parks are green and it's busy ... Not earily silent and covered in snow. A quick browse around down town and some lunch and we headed back to the hostel to plan our next adventure in Vancouver. Bed time and I think the shower tried to kill me.. Going from scolding to freezing ... This hostel maybe clean but the showers are to be ...
... a walk. The houses are huge, beautifully decorated for Christmas and all 'match'. It's a lovely area.
Check out the photo that shows the hedge belonging to a house across the road. Deer run wild and you can see where they eat the hedge - but only as far as they can reach. Apparently there's also coyotes in the forest behind the house. And bears...?!
Later today Kim took us for a drive ...
... his Daddy. Asher and Grandaddy and I all took a run on that slippery dish.... with no broken bones or scrapes!
We had beautiful weather, almost spring like conditions in January.
The times we spend together are priceless.... like watching Asher and Caden interact with their 'grown up' cousin Joe.... or working together when it's our turn to make a meal.... or Auntie Niki making a gingerbread house with Asher and ...
... to eat and gone again of course but we needed milk so Russ, Margaret and took the gondola up to the shops, came across Simon, Sue and Robert making their way home and up at the village we found the boys, they were on their way home as well.
Today was our White Christmas. Russ and I had been gathering little things on our travel so we had some presents for everyone and a nice dinner of chicken on the B ...
... down the side of the hill we walked up to it to take photos, then set off for our next stop to a town called hope. Here we bought supplies for a picnic lunch but the town itself was surrounded by mountains that took your breath away. We had out lunch on the outskirts of a town called merrill, then another hour later arrived at kelowna - we had a paid for excursion on a boat across the lake and the brave members of ...