New Horizon Motel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Wish I’d continued a little further yesterday to Nancy Green Pr Pk. It’s small but a gorgeous spot and excellent trails along both sides of the lake. Oh well, next time ...
Drove as far as Grand Forks just to see the place, but went back to Christina Lake to spend the night. Enjoyed a delicious Lemon Pie Ice Cream cone before cleaning up the van for the border crossing tomorrow. Wouldn't want to have any uncooked potatoes or carrots, you know!!!
... ve seen before. This is Doukhobor Borscht. Where they differ is in the adding of cream and more vegetables.
Another thing I learned about GF during our stay is that every three years, they're afflicted by an overpopulation of grasshoppers. This is full-on biblical proportions of blight. Not good for the gardens to say the least. Oh and another pest that's ...
After a great few weeks in central BC area it was time t start making our way back down to the US to Montana.
Tossing up a few options for places to go on the way we decided on Rossland BC where we would ride Red Mountain Resort.
After a solid snowfall overnight in Kelowna the drive was both spectacular with great scenery and a little scary with the snow icing up then turning to slush.
On arrival into Rossland ...
Another cold, windy and cloudy day in Waterton but still sad to leave. All good things must come to an end and so we head west towards Vancouver and the long flight home. The drive followed the Crowsnest Highway. Went through a place called Bellevue where there had been a huge landslide that wiped out the whole town. The rocks are enormous and cover a huge area from where we think they came from. Both the road and the railway have been built ...
... France - Sept 2012) - I know you're thinking "I taste wine all the time" but this isn't just your average dump half the bottle in a huge glass, swirl it around, smell it and pack it back. This is proper french wine tasting in a cool cave in one of the smallest wine regions of France. Normally, I'd pay $80+ for a bottle of this wine back in Canada but not only was it much cheaper in France, I got to sample about seven types of reds and one white variety. Fantastic! ...