Travel Blogs from Osoyoos
Another lazy day more washing done. Charlie and Phil have gone fishing so just kicking back with Sylvia.
Booked towncar for Disneyland its a little expensive but there is really no other way to get there that's easy.
Had a lovely peaceful afternoon sitting in the sun reading and trying to get pictures of hummingbirds which I finally did.
inner of baked Salmon that was given to Phil and Sylvia by Ken down the road was pretty nice, then more chatting and off to ...
Today is a totalling kicking back and catching up on washing day, so sorry peeps the next couple of days will probably be boring reading for you but hey gotta keep the blog going can't miss days.
Got 2 loads of washing done was great to actually hang on a clothes line.
Did nothing else for the rest of the day. Had a great dinner with Phil and Sylvia chatting and ...
... worth it.
Unfortunately the sky has become grey and peoples facing
are starting to drop. We’re going into ‘Fall’ (Autumn) I think the rumour is
true eh.. people end up in a depressed state for 8 months of the year in
Summer in van, it all seems like a sweaty blurr now.
Heading off on the last holiday for a while tonight –
Seattle! with Glenn, Kristen, Rebecca, Matt & Claire!
Campstie Site #28 - Forest Service Campground with water nearby. No dump station. Elevation 2900 ft. 28 total sites. Notes - Hiked: Maple Pass/Anne Lake Trail, Cutthroat Pass, and - Brewpubs visited: Twisp River Pub/Methow Brewing in Twisp, and Old Schoolhouse Brewery in ...
... a moderate climb. Strawberry and Fur Mountain Trails (short drives from campground). Both offer good hiking trails. Fur Mountain Trail was a tad more difficult, but had a much better view on top. - Loons and Bald Eagle were seen at Bonaparte ...