Crawford Bay Inn
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... that I made and turkey stuffing without the turkey (free the turkeys!), then sat around a fire with a few guitars and some bongos until pretty late. When I first came to North America I had a fear that I would spend Thanksgiving by myself, so it was really comforting to realise that I'd found people to share this with.
In my time at Chuckleberry I've had a chance to experiment with my cooking and diet. For the past 5 days I attempted to ...
... time we made it to the cabin. We were rewarded though: it was a big log hut used in the winter as a shelter for a snowmobile club. It had a fireplace, a hiker box filled with potatoes, ramen and maple syrup and an area to sleep up in the attic . It was heaven. We were pretty soon joined by other hikers with the same idea: Stealth, Pepa, Lapis, Shepherd, Karma, Kentucky and Pigpen. We were able to dry out our clothes (it has been raining/foggy the last 2 days) and get ...
... bellies we departed and a little further on we rode DH 56, 5 and 60. DH 5 was "woo-hoo" fun. These roads terminated at our final ferry crossing, the Kootenay lake ferry. Kootenay Lake is 21 miles long. We arrived 15 minutes before departure, another timely arrival! Both ferry crossings were without incident or cost. This ferry traverses five miles in about 35 minutes. It was ...
... a quick bite to eat at a corner cafe and had
an amazing lunch. We then went back to the hotel after hitting many
shops and stores. At this point our guy let us check in early to our
room. We appreciated it because we were told that dogs weren't
allowed on the main strip in Nelson. And I didn't want to leave
Shima in the car for too long with the heat. We checked in then took
a long walk along the river that Nelson sits on. It looks more like
a lake. ...
... have since descovered that dairy queen (where we got our icecreams) is really popular in Canada.
This afternoon we just chilled out on site sorting out where we were going to go in the next few days. Even though the site is small here the people have been really friendly and chatty, most of them wanted to show us inside their caravans and motor homes I think they felt sorry for us in our little tent. One of the couples Dennis ...