Travel Blogs from Keremeos
I am going to leave it at that since there is not much more to update but soon I will be across the world (hopefully) and that is where I will be updating my blog from next time. But for now I will be taking every day one day at a time (as I have much choice). However, I will enjoy it as much as I can because, when I am gone I will miss this place. That is why, we must be grateful for what we have.
... for awhile. Yvonne and I went for a wonderful bike ride to help clear my head after the long flight. The Dalfsen/Ommen area is very well setup for cyclists.....'fietspads' are everywhere...miles and miles of them. Even lots of walking trails through the forests ...
... amp; ice, tied all our floating devices
together and floated down the river for a few hours with 100’s of other like
minded people. Day 2 we blew up our floating devices, filled our bags with
peach cider, mint leaves & ice, tied all our floating devices together and
floated down the river for a few hours with 100’s of other like minded people. Tough
life eh? I can’t describe how fun and relaxing it was. Some people had ...
Your attitude can change how you see life and the people you surround yourself with can change your attitude.
Friends, family and other randoms who may be reading this, thank you :) I could not have been where I am or who I am today without you. We accomplished this together and I am very grateful to have people like you in my life. Before this whole visa delay of a week, and maybe even more at this rate, you set me off into the world knowing ...
Monday, 19 August
Left Banff, headed south via the Kootenay Hwy  to Radium springs. Travelling south on the  through Fairmount Springs, Wasa Lake, then on to the Hwy  also  through
Cranbrook, Moyie Lake and Yahk. Headed north-east on the  to Creston. Keep following the  and hang a right to Salmo. Keep following the  to Osoyoos where we stayed the ...
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315 7th Ave, Keremeos | Motelfrom $50