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Nice place, clean, tidy and family friendly environment
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What a beautiful place The Kokanee Glacier Motel is, would love to stay longer but alas we must move on! It's 19 degrees today as we head off on our journey at 9.30.
We see this boat house and had to stop for a pic, it is actually a boat converted into a house back in the seventies! It is for sale for $850,000.
My trip thus far has been …
We are constantly being surprised at the variety of landscapes in BC. Osoyoos is near the U.S. border and it's a dry desert, perfect for growing grapes for wine apparently. Canadian wine wasn't something I was familiar with before, but having sampled MULTIPLE wines, wineries, reds, whites, roses, ports, and everything in between, I now believe it!
So we had a couple of nights in a gorgeous resort, starting our days with ...
... with an interesting view on wine making. A good example of her way of thinking was the Silver Sage Merlot which was made from berries instead of grapes.....and actually turned out to be very good. So after a day of wine tasting we finally found ourselves on the outskirts of Vancouver. The plans were in place to catch the ferry the next day from Horseshoe Bay to Departure Bay on Vancouver Island and start the next leg of our ...
... muskegs. A gray haze hung over the flat top of the plateau as we approached Cache Creek, B.C. and entered the Lillooet Range. The road curved through the desert brownness of the valley floor where patches of green grew from dripping irrigation systems; fruit orchards. The rounded mountains on both sides were dry, rocky desert. I did not know that British Columbia had so much desert!
A drive around the local area today after an early walk along the lake. 40 degrees, so too hot for much else. Checked out the local fruit packing house where we could buy cherries for $1 to $1.50 per pound. I have had a constant feed of cherries, plums and apricots, all of which Barbara and Peter ...