Crawford Bay Inn

Address: 16210 Hwy 3A, Crawford Bay, British Columbia, V0B 1E0, Canada | Motel
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This motel, located on 16210 Hwy 3A, Crawford Bay, is near Kootenay Lake.
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Travel Blogs from Crawford Bay

I'm a lumberjack and I'm OK

A travel blog entry by jamesdmorley on Oct 17, 2014

4 comments, 17 photos

... ethics and truth. I'm starting to develop some stronger and broader views on my place in the world from this which has been really exciting. I'm really looking forward to exploring these further, although it's pretty tiring.
I'm almost at the end of my month here at Chuckleberry. I need to start thinking about the next chapter in my adventure. I may have convinced Alex to come with me to Colorado for some snowboarding and a look at Mesa ...

Winter is coming

A travel blog entry by jamesdmorley on Sep 29, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

... up here. Looking over the countryside as we flew by gave me a really good snapshot of British Columbia as a whole - like reading the blurb of a book. I got to Nelson quite late, but had organised a place to stay via Couchsurfing so I had a bed and some local knowledge which was peachy!
My plan in Nelson is to work on a farm called 'Chuckleberry Community' - a small commune up in the hills which is fully sustainable and organic. I work there, ...

Day 9 - a two ferry day

A travel blog entry by oregonbmw on Jul 15, 2012

34 photos

... 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 ...

The Kootenays

A travel blog entry by faff on Jul 10, 2012

24 photos

The Kootenay region of BC is a wonderful kaleidoscope of mountains and water. We had awesome weather here too. Every day was a scorching 30C! Our journey begins as we traveled through Kootenay N.P. and stayed the night in Radium Hot Springs. We lazed in the hot pools for a while before camping up for the night. The next day was a cruisey drive through flat valleys surrounded by mountains. We stopped ...

Farmers Market, Ferries and Graduation parades

A travel blog entry by andrewandbecci on Jun 09, 2012

3 comments, 9 photos

... for our stove and B. because it was meant to be nice with all unique family run businesses.

We managed to find a replacement part for our stove for only $8 so we were pretty happy as we are back in business again. We also realised that it was gone 4pm and we hadn't actually had any lunch yet so we grabbed a quick sandwich. When we were sat eating we could see loads of people had gathered along the sides of the street and cheering so we went ...